Rya Park The Lucky Ones

Rya Park The Lucky Ones

"We were the lucky ones"

'The Lucky Ones' was co-written and produced with Slum Sociable, it is Rya Park's third single released in 2020 and her most matured and distinguished release yet.

"I wrote this song just after a trip to New York with my boyfriend. I surprised him in Times Square and he had no idea that I was coming. When I got back to Melbourne I was reminiscing on all the good times we had and thought about how it would feel to have all that taken away from me. I do feel lucky to be with him and it would break my heart if we ever weren't together. It was slightly painful exploring this but I'm super happy with how it turned out. It's a nostalgia song. Working with Ed Quinn (Cregan) from Slum Sociable is just a dream. He's so slick and clean with his production and he's so fun to work with. We have a great writing chemistry and this song came together pretty effortlessly for us both." - Rya Park

Taken from Rya Park's debut EP "Lexapro", set for a 2021 release, 'The Lucky Ones' tells the tales of two lovers drawn apart showcasing Rya Park's raw emotional vocals which hit you right in the feels.

Succeeding the incredibly personal and poignant releases, 'SAD' 'Bad Name' and 'Bitch', 'The Lucky Ones' follows suit, and see Rya Park take a step up to a mature song-writing approach.

'The Lucky Ones' was co-written and produced with Ed Quinn from Slum Sociable, finessed by Peter Farnan (Boom Crash Opera), mixing and drum duties carried out by Toby Dundas from The Temper Trap and mastered by Adam Desmpey (Angie McMahon).

More About Rya Park
Rya Park (born May 21, 1995), is an Australian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Melbourne. Her music is acclaimed for its eloquent and charismatic aspects; its themes of toxic relationships, heartbreak, mental health, and melancholia.

Born in London, but raised in Singapore, Rya's observatories are introspective and internal, while the landscape and geographical locations are forever changing around her.

As a teen, Rya performed around clubs and pubs in Melbourne, perfecting her songwriting and performance.

In the last year, Rya has played across the country with Tyne-James Organ, Alex Lahey and Kingswood, performing her first official collection of songs the debut EP "Lexapro" which is set for a release in August 2020.