VIDEO OF THE WEEK: WHEN RIVERS MEET 'WALKING ON THE WIRE'

Third single from the husband and wife duo




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Critically acclaimed British blues rock duo When Rivers Meet release their third single “Walking On The Wire” from their debut album, ‘We Fly Free’ and follows hot on the heels of their previous singles “Battleground” and “Did I Break The Law.”


The new single is accompanied by a stunning music video filmed in Brightlingsea in the North Essex countryside utilizing breath-taking aerial drone footage. The cinematography is gorgeous.


When Rivers Meet is comprised of husband and wife, Grace and Aaron Bond. Grace sings lead vocal on most of When Rivers Meet’s hit album, “We Fly Free”, showcasing her impressive range, while adding distinctive slide resonator mandolin and fiddle. Aaron plays guitar and adds rich vocals.


On “Walking On The Wire”, the band take a heavier blues rock approach. The vocal harmonies soar while Aaron’s hypnotic slide guitar takes flight. Grace’s resonator mandolin sounds amazing, whilst the rhythm section of pounding drums and walloping bass sticks everything together like glue.


When Rivers Meet strive for a genuine, gritty sound using authentic recording techniques, including tube tape echo and reverb chambers, which have created a live sound that keeps a truly vintage vibe that not only has energy but is also a true representation of the ever evolving sound this duo produces.


“We love this song, and we know you will be joining us on the chorus. Sing it loud,” says Grace about “Walking On The Wire.” “Blending and interweaving our vocals around different harmonies is something we love to do, and we get to rock out at the same time. What could be more fun?”

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