The addictive Pop Rock Of Ryder Pierce
The latest single release from Ryder Pierce is a unique and catchy pop-rock track with hints at 90's radio rock styles and a great indie undertone that works super well.
"The Heat" has a lot of gusto and grows to an almost anthemic state as the song plays on. Guitar hooks and addictive choruses hit hard and have a certain quirk to them that makes them familiar but refreshing.
Driving percussion and vocals that have some soul to them along with guitars that follow along and crew vocals at times that bring even more power to the songs already driving energy.
It's got a Phantom Planet and Weezer feel to it and gives off a freeing and almost inspirational vibe that becomes alluring after a minute or two.
This song sounds like a summer song and offers everything a great radio indie rock track should.
"The Heat" is a great follow up to his previous single "Give Up" dropped earlier this year which also has the artist's staple feeling and style.
If you like Nada Surf or even Alkaline Trio as much as I do, you'll love Ryder Pierce.
There is something different about these songs that just make them feel good to listen to.
Ryder Pierce is brandishing his own style of rock and it works oh so well.