Rite Hook – “Brother’s Eyes” [Live from the Bridge]

Rite Hook’s performs “Brother’s Eyes” live at The Bridge Sound and Stage off “Modify” Available Now

Rite Hook, Massachusetts based alternative artist, delivers a powerful and captivating performance of his latest release “Brother’s Eyes”. The song tells the story of a broken bond between two siblings. Performed live from the The Bridge Sound and Stage in Cambridge, MA, the track was inspired by Rite Hook’s own personal relationship with his younger brother. Directed by Rose Glen Productions, the live visual brings the music to life by intensifying the lyrics and the pain behind them.

”I am the oldest of four siblings, one brother and two sisters. My younger brother and I were always best friends growing up. “Brother’s Eyes” was written out of a situation that broke us and completely ended our relationship. It was devastating and I’m not quite sure it’s ever been the same since. This is definitely one of the most emotional songs I’ve ever written”-Rite Hook

Inspired by rock artists like Alice In Chains, Stone Temple Pilots, and Deftones, “Rite Hook’s rough and gruff vocals pour out in a passionately emotive delivery“ -Rebel Noise

Since emerging on the scene, Rite Hook has built quite a catalogue for himself with signature songs “It Ain’t Easy” feat Vinnie Paz & Slaine, “Lose Control” Feat Action Bronson, and “Waging War” feat La Coka Nostra.  Brother’s Eyes is featured on his 4th studio album, Modify, released on March 8th 2019 via Leedz Edutainment available here on all platforms.

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