In the wake of their bandmate Steppa J. Groggs’ passing, Nathaniel Ritchie and Parker Corey have decided to retire the name Injury Reserve. In a heartfelt statement, they expressed their intention to honor the uniqueness of their collaboration as Injury Reserve and refrain from creating new music under that name. However, the musical journey is not over for Nathaniel and Parker, as they have chosen to continue their creative partnership under the name “By Storm.”
The transition from Injury Reserve to By Storm marks a significant moment for the duo, as they release their latest work. The newly revealed music video features a dual treat for fans: it includes the track “Bye Storm,” which served as the final song in Injury Reserve’s 2021 album “By the Time I Get to Phoenix,” as well as the debut song of By Storm titled “Double Trio.” The video, skillfully directed by Corey, showcases their artistic evolution and captures the essence of their musical prowess.
Watch the compelling video below, as Injury Reserve rises once more under the fresh banner of “By Storm.”
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about By Storm
Q: Why did Injury Reserve decide to retire their name?
A: Injury Reserve made the decision to retire their name following the passing of their bandmate Steppa J. Groggs. They wanted to respect the unique collaboration of all three members as Injury Reserve and chose not to create new music under that name.
Q: What will Nathaniel Ritchie and Parker Corey do after retiring Injury Reserve?
A: After retiring Injury Reserve, Nathaniel and Parker will continue working together as a creative partnership under the name “By Storm.” They plan to release new music under this fresh banner, signifying a new chapter in their musical journey.
Q: What is the final Injury Reserve output, and what does it represent?
A: The final Injury Reserve output is a double video featuring two tracks. The first track is “Bye Storm,” which served as the last song on Injury Reserve’s 2021 album “By the Time I Get to Phoenix.” The second track is the inaugural song of their new collaboration, By Storm, titled “Double Trio.” This video represents their transition from Injury Reserve to the new musical identity of By Storm.
Q: Who directed the double video for Injury Reserve’s final track and By Storm’s first song?
A: The double video for “Bye Storm” and “Double Trio” was directed by Parker Corey, one of the members of Injury Reserve and the new creative venture, By Storm.
Q: Where can I watch the video featuring Injury Reserve’s final track and By Storm’s debut song?
A: You can watch the compelling video on the platform where it was released, or check it out directly on their official channel. Look for the video under the titles “Bye Storm” and “Double Trio.”
More about By Storm
- Injury Reserve’s Official Website
- Injury Reserve on Twitter
- By Storm’s Official Website (if available) (Please note that this may not be an actual website, as the information provided in the text is limited.)
- Injury Reserve’s “By the Time I Get to Phoenix” Album
- [Music Video: “Bye Storm” and “Double Trio”](insert video link here) (Please replace “insert video link here” with the actual link to the video on a platform like YouTube or Vimeo, as the information provided in the text is limited.)