When you delve into the heart of “Friend,” the latest tune from Riley Skinner, you realize there’s more to it than meets the ear. It’s a deceptively simple song that strays across various musical styles, skirting the edges of sonic pastures, both past and present. Rather than fully committing to any one genre, it forges its own unique outsider style, dancing on the peripheries of familiar sounds…

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