RELEASE “SAFE HOUSE” MUSIC VIDEO
PRODUCED BY RIAN DAWSON
OF ALL TIME LOW
April 7, 2017: Rivers Monroe has emerged as one of Philadelphia’s most popular bands, supported by an increasingly fervent local and national fan base. Defined by their energetic, driving, mainstream brand of music, and flavored with a fresh pop/rock and pop/punk mixture, the band is proud to share their latest piece of work. “Safe House,” produced by Rian Dawson of All Time Low, is about that person that will always be there for you, your rock, your support. The person that would run into a fire to save you, the person you trust and can go to, to feel safe, and loved. Today, the band has partner with iDobi Radio to exclusively unveil their brand new single and music videos. Fans are encourage to head over to iDobi Radio now to watch!
The Philadelphia-based quintet began when keyboardist/vocalist, Mat Rivers, joined long-time friend and lead-singer Mike Monroe. The two songwriters teamed up with guitarist, Doc, bassist, Kirby and drummer, Dan, to fill out their new pop/rock/punk sound, infused with energy and emotion. Their pop hooks, passionate lyrics, and enthusiastic performances (not to mention, hard work) have landed them a national tour and a number of sponsorships including: Coca-Cola, Sunoco, Cerwin-Vega and Motel 6.
The band has shared the stage with multi-platinum selling artists Jennifer Paige, Akon, Snoop Dogg, Ben Folds, Guster, AllStar Weekend and A Silent Film, as well as performances at the Radio 104.5 2012 Winter Jam opening for fun. and New Found Glory, Radio 104.5’s 5th birthday celebration show with Incubus, Angels & Airwaves, Cake, Flogging Molly, Civil Twilight and a slot on the Philadelphia-leg of The Fearless Friends Tour. The band has received major radio support and airplay from a number of Philadelphia area stations, including, Radio 104.5, 93.3 WMMR and 93.7 WSTW. They’ve had multiple TV and film placements on the Versus Network, NASCAR Network, Fox Sports TV and Speed TV, and their single “Meteors” is featured in the 2011 NASCAR video game by Activision. Along the way, they also managed to become the official band of the Philadelphia Soul, Philadelphia’s professional arena football team.