"Nothing ever worth doing is going to be easy": An interview with RRILEY

"Nothing ever worth doing is going to be easy": An interview with RRILEY

Bandwagon - Features·2019-05-28 11:44

Behold RRILEY. 

One of the two sirens in The Sam Willows, Sandra Riley Tang, has slingshotted herself away from her band and into her solo incarnation. Her calling card is her debut single ‘Burn’ and its accompanying music video, that she co-directed. The song is an earthy creature, composed of silken hooks and a street-ready attitude that harnesses hip-hop’s radical infiltration into the mainstream. She peers out of its sonic confines with a smouldering glare, a glorious statement of intent on her lips: “Don’t cry when you see me on fire”. 

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