Loss has been a constant during these pandemic years. Loss of loved ones, of our freedom having to be quarantined at home, of the lifestyle we were used to. Without a doubt, the health crisis has changed in a certain sense how we see the world. “We want this tune to remind people that despite everything that's happened to us all, everything will be okay if we take it slow, remember who we are and what we've got to give to the world,” explain the members of Rayowa, who are today releasing their new single and music video, Remember.
Their new song was born of the pandemic and is about getting your life back on track while managing your mental health through those times. “It's about pulling yourself back from what feels like certain defeat. Witnessing the world's collective struggle as well as experiencing our own personal ones over the last two years really inspired the track lyrically, ” they add about this new single, which comes along with a music video shot in Xàbia (Spain). This latest release is presented after having unveiled their track Good Life, and comes as the second installment to their EP, Believe, out this summer.

“We’re driving this pristine, red Mustang around the mountains and among some really beautiful scenery. This visual is a sort of continuation on from the video for our last single Good Life. We wanted to capture that feeling of cruising around in the summer, listening to your favorite records and feeling like nothing in the world matters,” Dan, Reece and Luke Baker explain when asked about the music video that they are now releasing. Adding more members when they perform live on stage, the group will bring out its nine-piece live band again this summer with shows and festivals across the United Kingdom. Do not miss it!