RedHorizon Leaves Listeners “Paralyzed” With Track
RedHorizon is a 4-man Alternative Rock Band Started back near the end of 2019 when lead singer Daniel Darling and drummer Michael Williams got together to start making music. After a few months of searching, lead guitarist Jacob Freedland and bassist Stuart Brougher, who would later leave the group, were added to the roster. With all the pieces in place the band went straight to work on their first song Run and started playing bar gigs around Washington DC.
When the Covid19 pandemic hit, the band was unable to play out in front of anyone or even really meet to rehearse but even the pandemic couldn’t slow them down. It was during this time of lock down that the band was able to write, record, and produce their very first EP ‘Y’. After finishing their first EP Stuart had to leave the band for personal reasons and this is when they brought on Frederick Nesfield as Bassist for the band.
With big dreams RedHorizon puts 110% into every song and every gig. Ready to take on bigger venues and reach bigger audiences its only a matter of time before this local DC band takes off to even greater heights.
“Paralyzed” by RedHorizon is a beautifully haunting song that takes listeners on a captivating musical journey about the feeling of helplessness knowing you’re with someone you love, but also knowing your own self-destructive behavior is going to tear it apart. Released in 2021, this track showcases the band’s mastery of blending powerful rock melodies with heartfelt lyrics.
The song’s lyrics delve deep into the struggle of feeling trapped and unable to break free from the chains of one’s own mind and actions. It speaks to the universal human experience of being paralyzed by fear, doubt, or past traumas. The chorus hits with an anthemic force, encouraging listeners to rise above their limitations and find the strength to move forward. With its impeccable production and passionate delivery, “Paralyzed” by RedHorizon has quickly become an anthem for those seeking empowerment and resilience. It serves as a reminder that even in the darkest moments, there is always a glimmer of hope, urging us to break free from our own self-imposed limitations and soar to new heights. Head over to their Spotify to listen to the rest of the album “Y” and their other songs!