Album: Need Your Light. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: May 31, 2013 - Ra Ra Riot – Binary Mind (2013). January 10, 2013 - Ra Ra Riot – Beta Love (2013). March 9, 2011 - Ra Ra Riot – Too Dramatic EP (2011).
On their fourth full-length, Need Your Light, Syracuse, NY’s Ra Ra Riot begin by diving into Water with a clangy major-chord buzz that reverberates through much of the album. The echoing drums of Absolutely beat heavily alongside jangling guitar refrains, while singer Wes Miles propels the swinging, racing rhythm of Instant Breakup with an emotional chorus that rises atop Rebecca Zeller’s sweeping strings. By the time we hit the gorgeous, danceable sway of the closing Suckers, you’ll be filled with more than enough light to illuminate the night. Need Your Light Ra Ra Riot.
Released February 19, 2016. Need Your Light Tracklist. 1. Water (Ft. Rostam) Lyrics. Fourth studio album by the band, preceeded by singles Water and Absolutely. The album’s centrepiece is an infectious energy and vocals that plead with the listener. Lead man Wes Miles said: We did a little house party tour in the end of 2014 in the middle of making this record, which kind of helped make some of the choices of this record about the energy of the songs. That’s why there’s not really a low-energy song on the record
Altri album di Ra Ra Riot. Need Your Light: Remix. Polyvinyl 4-Track Singles Series, Vol. 3. this site Sessions.
Ra Ra Riot have announced plans to release the follow-up to 2013’s Beta Love. Batmanglij and Ra Ra Riot singer Wes Miles also worked together in 2009 as Discovery, and they released an LP that same year
Need Your Light' is essentially what Ra Ra Riot should have made after 'The Orchard'. It reintroduces us to the rest of the band instead of the Wes Miles show that we got with 'Beta Love', while still utilizing synths where appropriate. Mathieu Santos’ bass lines are as smooth as ever; Rebecca Zeller is front and center like she was in the band’s first two records; and you can actually hear Milo Bonacci’s guitar playing over the synths and vocals this time around