TRACK REVIEW: River Tiber “Let You Go”


River Tiber

There’s an over-used quote on Tumblr that goes something like: “She looked like art, and art wasn’t supposed to look nice; it was supposed to make you feel something.” With River Tiber‘s (aka Tommy Paxton-Beesley) latest track “Let You Go,” the Canadian producer created a piece of art that defies this statement. It’s a beautiful song filled with tried and true R&B sensibilities, yet manages to still make you think with unexpected beats popping like bubbles. The way he bluntly sings, “I only love you when I let you go” will resonate with anyone who has been that asshole in a breakup, which is, all of us.

His EP When The Time Is Right comes out September 16. Listen to “Let You Go” below.

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