Seattle-born indie act Ryan Caraveo shares an all too familiar tale of being in a toxic or one-sided relationship in his new song titled “Murda”. Ryan breaks down the inner workings of being stuck in a relationship that seems to be going down the wrong way on a one-way street. From the psychological manipulations to being treated like a side piece, Caraveo’s pained vocals really accentuate the emotions being conveyed. The visual (directed by Brume Music) is quite vivid and uses a thriller type storyline to bring the heart-rending song to the screens. We see Caraveo tied up in an unknown location while being physically tortured by a strange lady.

“Murda” is taken from Ryan Caraveo’s forthcoming album, and comes on the heels of his recent single “Peanut Butter Waffles.”. Stream or Download ‘Murda’  here.

Ryan Caraveo made his first appearance in 2014 looking clean-cut, while his music was anything but that. His debut album Swings gave listeners a taste of triumph, loss, heartbreak, and his battles with inner demons. The album’s most popular song, “Paradise,” is an uneasy ode to the escape drugs provide and has since been streamed over 20 million times. In 2016, the Pacific Northwest native sold out several of the largest Seattle venues, performed at Sasquatch Festival, and finished the summer by gracing the main stage of the iconic Bumbershoot Festival. Following his 2018 album At Least I Tried, Ryan completed a US headline tour, further displaying his preference for happy melodies paired with gloomy thoughts. He kicked off 2019 with the moody banger Deceived alongside a series of tour dates with Dennis Lloyd.

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