Published Sep 19, 2014Our compulsion to wait for the right moment to act out anything, whether it be planting that first kiss on a crush or rolling out a single to signal an album release, isn't so much a boon as it is a crippling dedication to a perfection that, by all accounts, just doesn't exist. Rhye guy Mike Milosh has apparently figured this out, having just issued an isolated single encompassing the sentiment that "Right Never Comes."
Smooth as anything off of Woman, the track has the singer/producer using a velvety but crestfallen cry to comment on the futileness of good timing ("Don't wanna wait till it's right / 'cause right never comes / it just looms overhead"). As he alters his game plan and outlook, he's supported by the pleasant, pizzicato pluck of strings, tranquil organ and slow-jam snapping.
There's no time to waste, so stream the new song through the player down below.
According to Rhye's Facebook page, Milosh has been "working on a new song to play live," meaning you can maybe hear the song in person this fall. You'll likewise find their show schedule down below.
10/03 Austin, TX - Paramount Theatre
10/23 Minneapolis, MN - Pantages Theatre
10/24 Milwaukee, WI - Pabst Theater
10/25 Chicago, IL - Vic Theatre
11/06 San Diego, CA - North Park Theatre
11/07 Los Angeles, CA - The Cathedral Sanctuary at Immanuel Presbyterian
11/09 Oakland, CA - Fox Theater
11/21 Chapultepec, Mexico - Lunario del Auditorio Nacional Paseo de la Reforma
11/22 Guadalajara, Mexico - Teatro Estudio Cavaret