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Rahway Unleashes Hard-Hitting Single "Drowning" Exposing Social Media Charades NEW JERSEY — RAHWAY, the hard rock powerhouse renowned for their electrifying performances and thought-provoking lyrics, is set to making waves once again with their highly anticipated new single, "Drowning." The track, which pulls no punches, delves into the depths of social media pretense, shedding light on the unspoken struggle faced by individuals who go to great lengths to project a glamorous façade on their online profiles. In an era where social media has become a battleground for validation and self-worth, Rahway fearlessly explores the dark underbelly of fabricated lives. "Drowning" captures the essence of a person drowning in their own falsehoods, desperately seeking approval through carefully crafted images and narratives. The lyrics paint a vivid picture of the individual's relentless pursuit of a mirage, ultimately exposing the hollowness that lies beneath the surface. Rahway's signature hard-hitting sound, characterized by David Cardenas’s gritty guitar riffs, Steve Cardenas’s thunderous drumming, Chigger’s ground shaking bass and impassioned vocals by Nick Hade, serves as the perfect vehicle to convey the emotional intensity of "Drowning." The band's unwavering commitment to their craft is evident in every note, as they deliver a powerful sonic experience that resonates with listeners on a profound level. Lead vocalist, Nick Hade, states, "With 'Drowning,' we wanted to highlight the struggle many face when trying to maintain an illusion of perfection on social media. It's become all too common for people to present an idealized version of themselves, but beneath it all, they're struggling to keep up with their own lies. This song is a wake-up call, a reminder that authenticity and genuine connections are far more valuable than a carefully curated online persona." In Rahway's "Drowning," listeners will find a rallying cry to break free from the online facade and embrace authenticity. The song's gritty, unapologetic lyrics include lines like: "And all along You were living life like you were in the movies. But all along you were by yourself. And all along You were doing life like you were made for rockstar. But all along you were by yourself." "Drowning" is the latest offering from Rahway, from their upcoming EP, Sounds of Spanktown which include the previous hit singles Carry You and Rocketship. The band's unwavering dedication to crafting hard rock anthems that resonate with their audience has garnered them a devoted following and widespread acclaim within the rock community. "Drowning" is available on all major streaming platforms, and the official music video can be found on Rahway's YouTube channel. To keep up with the band's latest updates, tour information, and more, visit their website at As they release "Drowning" to the world, Rahway invites fans and rock enthusiasts alike to join them on a journey of raw emotion and unfiltered truths. Brace yourself for an auditory assault that challenges societal norms and provokes introspection.

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