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Raleigh Ritchie shares the self-reflecting new one ‘Party Fear’

The track is taken from Raleigh’s upcoming second album ‘Andy’
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Published: 1:00 pm, June 05, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Raleigh Ritchie shares the self-reflecting new one ‘Party Fear’

Raleigh Ritchie has revealed a personal and self-reflective new track in ‘Party Fear’

Delving into vulnerability and the honest feelings that can flow through a person’s mind, it’s an eye-opening and raw number from an artist continuing to grow and grow with importance each and every day

‘Party Fear’ is the second track to be revealed from Raleigh Ritchie’s anticipated new album ‘Andy’, set for release on June 26th - following on from the reveal of lead number ‘Aristocrats’ last month. ‘Andy’ will be Raleigh’s first studio album in nearly four years, after the release of ‘You’re A Man Now Boy’ back in 2016

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