indie-pop singer / songwriter, RYMAN, is thrilled to release his New EP Change that is out now along with the music video for his focus single “Best I Ever Had” that can be viewed here:
RYMAN says, “Change is a snapshot of Adolescent love in all its ups, downs, and rounds and rounds. These songs are all incredibly personal and represent a season of transition for me as I just graduated high school. My hope is that these songs resonate with people no matter where they are in life, even if they were written by a young kid coming into his own as a man and as an artist.”
Classic in structure while remaining sonically and viscerally forward-thinking, REWIND, the debut five-track EP released via Cinematic Music Group, helped place RYMAN as a contemporary force among modern singer-songwriters, while “Space” and “Pushover” helped continue the momentum.
Having just turned 18-years-old, singer/songwriter RYMAN, the namesake of one of the most revered venues in his hometown of Nashville, is poised to impact this year with his uniquely youthful and colorful sound. A musician by nature, RYMAN remembers being drawn to music as early as preschool, stating, “I’ve been coming up with melodies ever since I can remember, literally. At 3-years-old, I was humming or singing lyrics and not knowing where they came from.” Now, with a thoughtful grasp of his musical sensibilities, RYMAN’s melodies and lyrics are very much backed by intention and purpose.
The broad musical palate that RYMAN possesses at such a young age is a testament to his curiosity and exposure to a comprehensive, global array of music – both through his explorations and from his family. “My dad always had Beatles and Bob Dylan records around the house, my mom was always playing everything from indie to rap to classic rock, and I had friends into punk and jazz and everything in-between. That’s what I was raised on, so I got a good lesson in pop music fundamentals, whether I wanted it or not at a very early age,” he recalled.
“ I love and appreciate all genres of music, because no matter its origin, music is the language of the heart. I use it as free therapy to process life and all of its experiences, good and bad. I hope the songs from this EP hit home in a special way, after all home is where the heart is.”