Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


Sounds like

King Princess, Lana Del Ray, Benee


band members

ʀʏᴀ ᴘᴀʀᴋ


Influences

Lorde, Adele


Website

www.ryapark.com

Bio

Rya Park is a brooding Australian singer and songwriter. Her music is acclaimed for its eloquent and charismatic aspects; its themes of toxic relationships, heartbreak, mental health and meloncholia.

Born in London, with a childhood in Singapore, Rya's observatories are introspective and internal, while the landscape and geographical locations are forever changing around her.

As a teenager, Rya performed around clubs and pubs in Melbourne, perfecting her craft. Rya released her first work in 2016, followed by three singles that have landed national success and critical acclaim from Red Bull Australia and The Industry Observer.

In the last few months Rya has played across Australia with Alex Lahey + Kingswood, performing her collection of songs that are to be released her Debut EP - out in 2020.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBX3PWaDuvk

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

11 Aug 2020

Triple J
40

I'll sound like a tosser but I really think this is Rya having a moment! She's making an impact with this new track and signalling an exciting new chapter. Vocal is great as per uszh and the lyrics feel like they jump off the page/screen/headphones.

I'll sound like a tosser but I really think this is Rya having a moment! She's making an impact with this new track and signalling an exciting new chapter. Vocal is great as per uszh and the lyrics feel like they jump off the page/screen/headphones.

Review

Review by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

11 Aug 2020

Triple J
40

Super hooky, beautifully smooth pop vocal, and a perfect 3 1/2 minute pop moment. Nice one Rya.

Super hooky, beautifully smooth pop vocal, and a perfect 3 1/2 minute pop moment. Nice one Rya.

Review

Review by Phoebe Bennett Phoebe Bennett

11 Aug 2020

Triple J
40

Really love the bass line running throughout this. The build up to you singing "we were the lucky ones" is awesome, what a crescendo!

Really love the bass line running throughout this. The build up to you singing "we were the lucky ones" is awesome, what a crescendo!