Unafraid of both straight-up hooks and experimental song structure, Raleigh is a band carving their own space in new music. Thoughtful refrains are woven by vocals, cello, and guitar, with drums and bass treading the groove together. It is indie rock, damaged by art, delicate and exposed but intimately pointed, connectivity through song.
Raleigh’s sophomore record, ‘Sun Grenades & Grenadine Skies’ was released in late 2013. The album was cited as “a sophisticated and seemingly infinite journey of musical exploration,” (Rokline Mag). As the Toronto Star put it, “there's no denying the poise and discipline with which Raleigh struts its mysterious stuff.”