“There’s a shadow lady creeping up on me” chants RSC in their latest single “Shadow Lady.” It’s an ominously burning piece that has the gritty elements of metal paired with the groovy spirit of rock’n’roll where the band beckons us to party in the dark side. The silent smokiness in the beginning quickly bursts into explosive riffs that yield a haunting atmosphere. Lyrically, “Shadow Lady” is a metaphor of our inner demons that can often drive us to confusion and even insanity. Through its ear-piercing euphony, RSC channels the magnetism of the “Shadow Lady” that we often indulge – it’s a form of guilty pleasure. Smash that play button:
RSC, aka RedScool, is the collaborative project of musicians around the world founded by guitarist/songwriter Sergei Fedetov. RSC members have performed alongside the biggest names in the industry and have performed in stages including in The Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Coachella, and many more. With RSC, each member is dedicated to craft rock music that channels both the classical and progressive spirit of the genre. “Shadow Lady” is the follow up of their previously released singles including “Confession” and “Bad Story.” They’re currently working on their upcoming album, so stay tuned.