Christopher Reyne is a New England-based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with a clear vision of how he wants his compositions to make you feel. His recordings are lush, layered soundscapes with lyrics set to them that as Mod City put it, “feel like honest journal entries put to music.” When he takes them to the stage however, he strips them down and allows them to speak for themselves, exposing his songwriting and musical abilities completely. His debut album ‘A Stranger at the Wheel’, recorded and mixed over a span of two years in his studio apartment and mastered by Doug Van Sloun (Bright Eyes, She & Him, First Aid Kit), has received high praise from music lovers and critics alike.
The Deli writes, "Catchy pop-esque hooks and complex musical textures pair with Reyne's melodic voice to make it clear that this performer is dedicated to entertaining his listeners. The album has an emotional, musical and stylistic range that is both ambitious and satisfying,” while Pure Pop Radio says, “Christopher Reyne weaves a sumptuous tapestry of inventive and affecting melodies; strong, emotive vocals; and artistry into his wonderful songs. I was entranced by what I heard. His songs are vital creations that need to be heard.” The Vintage Decade also went on to call the album, “a brilliant collection of earnestness with dreamscape sound design,” and “a lush and textured painting set to music played with as much passion as one can give while spreading their soul across 10 tracks.”