Rain City Drive Share Polished Reimagined Track, "Cutting It Close"

Rain City Drive Share Polished Reimagined Track,
Rain City Drive are sharing the next release off their deluxe record Rain City Drive due out June 23. "Cutting It Close (Reimagined)" is a sleek follow-up release to "Blood Runs Cold (Reimagined.)" The deluxe edition features 6 reimagined tracks from the bands discography this includes the band's hit single "Talk To A Friend" off of their critically acclaimed 2021 album To Better Days.

"Cutting It Close (Reimagined)" takes the shape of new silky melodies comprised of effortless vocals. This version of the track showcases Rain City Drive's ability to mold their original high-energy rock track into an R&B influenced tone while still keeping a familiar edge. The band steps outside of their comfort zone to draw fans and new listeners in with a undeniably raw passion.


"I’m really excited about how "Cutting It Close (Reimagined)" turned out. The smooth R&B inspired arrangement lends a new emotion/perspective to the lyrics and is a sonic breath of fresh air. " Says lead vocalist Matt McAndrew.


Rain City Drive is a powerhouse of a band that has amassed over 100M streams in the US, 150M streams worldwide and nearly 600K monthly listeners on Spotify. The band took 2022 by storm, releasing their self-titled album that garnered recognition from having a number of songs in rotation on SiriusXM Octane including their single "Cutting It Close" landing #5 on Sirius Octane’s Big Uns. RCD racked in playlist placements including New Noise, All New Rock, The Core, Hard Rock, Pop Punk’s Not Dead, The Pit, Volume Maximo and more.


The band has had extensive touring experience, just coming off as support for Our Last Night’s The Welcome Back Tour and a UK run with Dance Gavin Dance and Eidola. The band has also played alongside acts such as Royal Coda, Set It Off, Oxymorrons, Memphis May Fire and From Ashes To New. RCD has no intention of slowing down as they make their way through 2023 with the release of Rain City Drive (Deluxe) and are set to play upcoming festivals, Louder Than Life, Aftershock and Welcome To Rockville.