“Rich. Talent-driven. Continuum”, were the words we used to describe the evolution of sound represented on, Under The Weather, the previous album by the Florida-based indie prog-rock band, Greye.
“So, for all those countless hours, days, maybe years worked that no one but you can feel and see, and for all the success you reap as a reward – may we all be so lucky.”
Known for their dedication to quality studio work, Hannah Summer (vocals, guitar), Jett Wolfe (guitar, vocals), Josh Reid (bass, vocals), Ray Grimard (drums, percussion) and Ken-E Williams (keyboards, vocals) are following up 2014’s Providence, 2015’s The Tube, 2016’s The Worrier, 2017’s Windows, and 2018’s Under The Weather with their latest single, the angsty rock piece, Lucky.
Country rock right from the get-go, this is a vindication song, a message to correct the ridiculous notion that Greye is an overnight success. It’s a dedication to those who think “luck” had anything whatsoever to do with their rise—or the rise of any indie-artist for that matter.
Truth is, this is a song about hard work, blood, sweat and tears, and the grind of anyone with a dream and the willingness to do something about it.
Hannah’s vocals grow stronger by the year and this slight-right turn into rock’n’roll feels right in the boys’ wheelhouse. Check out Lucky below.
Carrie Underwood meets Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
BELOW: Watch & listen to Greye’s new single, Lucky, and connect with their website and social media platforms. Please support Greye by visiting them online, and playing, downloading, and/or purchasing their music, or attending a live show! And, as always, thank you for supporting real music!