“If you wanna talk about the explosion of independent Australian pop music in 2018, then RIVAH’s name should be on your lips.”
- Tommy Faith, triple j Unearthed
Cross-hemisphere songstress RIVAH burst on to the scene last year with her debut single ‘Untame’, produced by Eric J Dubowsky (Flume, Chet Faker) and Pip Norman (Jarryd James). The pop-soul sound, layered vocals and ripe production caught the attention of the industry across continents and saw the Brisbane based singer split her time between Australia and the US to co-write, record and perform.
Already hailed as part of new pop vanguard with comparisons to the likes of MØ and SZA, Brisbane-based artist RIVAH delivers her biggest bout of punch-in-the-face pop yet with latest single 'Flood'.
'Flood' follows an exciting 12 months for the artist. Her debut single 'Untame', which triple j Music Director Nick Findlay called a "home run", coincided with her debut shows in New York and Los Angeles. Follow-up track 'Cheerleader' was immediately added to New Music Friday UK and featured in the Sunday Times UK Hottest Tracks section.
With her debut EP just around the corner, featuring noted producers Pip Norman (Jarryd James), Eric J (Chet Faker, Flume), JP Fung (Client Liaison) and Jesse Porches (Super Cruel), 'Flood' is the exciting next step of an artist poised to set flight’