Suffolk's indie music scene is ablaze with the rising talent of Gabby Rivers, a 20-year-old singer-songwriter whose latest offering, 'Two Face,' is making waves. The track is a sneak peek into her upcoming EP, 'Disappointed But Not Surprised,' showcasing her genre-blending prowess.
Having graced stages at Latitude, Reading and Leeds, Secret Garden Party, and Wildpaths Music Festival, Gabby and her five-piece band are no strangers to the spotlight. Backed by BBC Introducing and BBC Radio 6 Music, she's shared stages with Vistas, Coach Party, and Tiny Umbrellas, garnering an ardent fanbase.
'Two Face' embodies Gabby's indie-rock-pop fusion with a vibrant vocal delivery and explosive musical backdrop. Driven by punchy drums, electric guitar riffs, and resonant basslines, the track's energy is infectious. Gabby's vocals convey raw emotion as she tackles workplace toxicity, making it an anthem of empowerment.
Gabby's influences, from Wolf Alice to Florence and the Machine, shine through. Starting as an acoustic gem in her bedroom, "Two Face" transformed into a dynamic ensemble piece.
As Gabby Rivers continues her upward journey, 'Two Face' paves the way for 'Disappointed But Not Surprised,' promising a bold new chapter in her journey.