Sibling group The Runaway Hamsters (aka: TRHibe) splashes back to country radio with their newest release Water.
Double D Ranch, the premiere lifestyle brand inspired by the West, designs and manufactures apparel and accessory collections. This company recently became familiar with the TRHibe after featuring them in their Spring catalog with lyrics to their last release Go! and inclusion in their road-trip themed song playlist. Double D’s heritage of being mavericks and throwing out rule books connected with the potential in this youthful act that aims to not let others define their course.
“We’ve always been a huge fan of Double D Ranch wear,” beams TRHibe member Gabby Keen. “We each have some of their beautiful things including hats, their amazing jackets, boots and jewelry. One of us is wearing Double D almost every day so this is a great outlet to premiere our lyric video.”
“It’s rare to find kids with such maturity at a young age,” says Cheryl, Creative Director of DD Ranch. “We’re honored to support them and play a small part in TRHibe making the world a better place with their music…and we think they have a really fun style!” Double D Ranch is premiering the video on their website, socials and blog, and also giving their ‘Wolf Pack,’ an online community of DDR lovers, an exclusive look.
“We have all been picked on, put down or made fun of in some fashion,” says lead vocalist Isabella Keen. “We hope these words help listeners do what we aim to do, let it roll right off! It’s all about spreading love and not hate,” says Abby Keen.
This song is off their EP Brothers and Sisters, which was produced by TRHibe and their long-time Grammy-nominated producer Kent Wells (Dolly Parton). The album showcases their signature stamp of honest and heartfelt music that fans love. Their last two music videos received major placement in PARADE magazine as well as being aired on Music Choice (digital cable television channel or via mobile app) and in 200+ Rooms To Go stores across the U.S. TRHibe recently performed at the Boise State Dance Marathon for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, the Idaho Horse Expo and was involved in the ACM (Academy of Country Music) festivities last weekend in Las Vegas.
This group — consisting of Isabella and her triplet siblings Abby, Gabby and brother Riley — has accomplished a lot relative to their age. Best known for combining their musical talent and huge hearts, they create music that is original, engaging and heartfelt. The Boise, Idaho natives have performed from Nashville to LA, opened for Andy Grammer, took part in The National Finals Rodeo Cowboy Christmas in Las Vegas, appeared on numerous TV networks, performed on WSM-AM (home of the Grand Ole Opry), played the famous Bluebird Café and has participated in CMA Music Festival for the past few years where they performed and signed autographs for fans.
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