Cary Shields – ‘Run Rabbit’

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A multi-talented musician with a penchant for creating bold, versatile songs, Cary Shields is a drummer, songwriter, singer, and storyteller who has just released a brilliant new single, called ‘Run Rabbit’. After making his mark with the release of two seminal EP’s, Cary has been hailed as one of the most versatile musicians of recent years, and with his new single, it’s easy to see why.

A song that opens onto a smooth plane of acoustic guitar and calm, endearing vocals, ‘Run Rabbit’ is a song filled with feel-good sounds and charming, uplifting melodies. With an honest, acoustic sound, the song is pulled back to only the essentials, allowing Cary’s vocals to shine through perfectly, creating an expressive and relatable sound that draws you in and never lets you go.

Musically, the song is a brilliant mix of lingering genres, capturing a sound that builds on timeless country, rustic Americana, and more nuanced modern rock. It’s a brilliant sound, and one that perfectly suits the acoustic experience Cary has created, offering a gentle, wholesome style that makes you feel as though you are not alone, and that any struggle you face can be conquered.

Transforming his own emotions and personal experiences into a brilliant acoustic track, ‘Run Rabbit’ is a brilliant new piece that everyone can enjoy.

Available now on all major platforms, ‘Run Rabbit’ is wonderfully built and perfectly produced, creating a stark, yet magical moment that will inspire you time and time again. Tune in above, and make sure you check out Cary’s website and social media pages below for more music.

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