Ringdown, a cinematic pop duo hailing from Portland, has just released their first single “Two-Step” via Nonesuch Records. The duo, composed of Danni Lee and the acclaimed Caroline Shaw, brings a unique blend of strings, keys, and synth melodies to create a captivating sound that is sure to resonate with listeners.

Described as a song about trusting your intuition and letting go of your inner critic, “Two-Step” embodies the feeling of falling in love and embracing the unknown. Caroline and Danni Lee, who are partners both on and off the stage, share their personal journey through music and lyrics that inspire forward momentum and liberation.

Drawing inspiration from a wide array of artists such as Sylvan Esso, Glasser, and James Blake, Ringdown’s music transcends genres and captures the essence of human emotion and love. Their songs, rooted in celebration and personal experiences, aim to connect with listeners on a deeper level, inviting them to explore their own feelings and emotions.

The duo is set to perform at various venues including the Big Ears Festival in Knoxville, the Thuringia Bach Festival in Germany, Brooklyn’s Public Records, and New York City’s Carnegie Hall. Caroline will also embark on a tour with Sō Percussion this spring, showcasing their musical talents and captivating performances to audiences worldwide.

With a passionate and dynamic approach to music, Ringdown is poised to make a significant impact on the music scene, inspiring listeners to embrace their emotions and experiences through their cinematic pop sound.

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