Start with a good pair of jeans, a chain attached to your wallet, and a worn leather jacket. Then, hop on that hog and cruise to the Southern rock-style of Rise. You’ve got your wing-man and woman at your side with the dual vocal’s of Lane Change. Rise carries a live-free attitude with a chord-loaded party-vibe, and tonight, that’s needed. If you need to shake the monotony of the day and head for the horizon, this should play in your stereo.
“The Rich Get Richer,” the first track on Rise, makes a wealthy deposit to the skill-jar. So, grab the moonshine and frolic to “Club 27” for a blues-enhanced night of free-spirit festivities. Chances are, they’ll be playing this song, so no need to take your phone with you.
Drop the technology and join the organic chants of “Flood Water Rising.” The harmonies submerge in the composition of steadfast drumming, guitar-riffing, and vocal runs.
Last call materializes as “We Won’t Back Down.” This final track it the closing statement to carry through life’s potholes. Your body is worn, your cabin fever is sated, but the energy of this album stores in your mind.
So, when you need a party-night refresher, do it all again with Lane Change’s EP Rise alongside you.