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Rhodes has returned with his new single ‘Sleep Is A Rose’The track was the first single written and recorded live for his forthcoming second album which is currently being recorded in the Catskill Mountains with Matt Johnson (Jeff Buckley’s drummer on ‘Grace’) and Simone Felice (Lumineers).

Speaking of his new single, Rhodes explained: ‘Sleep is a Rose came out of nowhere one sleepless night when I was away writing the first few songs for the record. I found an old cottage in the Lake District, spending many nights lying awake thinking about it all and this one came to me in all in one moment. I recorded it straight away because I wanted to capture that initial spark and the night-time mood.”

Music video by RHODES performing Sleep Is a Rose.

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Rhodes EP, “Morning from Hertfordshire newcomer David Rhodes seems to have all the BRIT-scooping authenticity that should see him lauded by plenty of grown up musical aficionados, and probably see him on Jools Holland too. And to be fair the opening piano strokes of ‘Your Soul’ are briefly promising, niggling nerves that Thom Yorke used to when the insect-click tedium of his albums was at least interspersed with moments of sparse beauty. But with overblown yet still oddly cold swirls of Coldplay-ish echo on the aforementioned song,

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Here is a new stunning new musical treat from favourite RHODES. The second song to be unveiled from his new EP (and the first track to be officially revealed from his impending debut album), “Turning Back Around” is an unstoppable slice of grand, stadium-ready indie folk. Retaining his delicate, emotional balladry in a more tempestuous format, see’s Rhodes revel in a new fiercer shade of light, the new ‘Turning Back Around’ EP will be released on April 5th.

Fulfilling the potential shown on his first three EP’s ‘Raise Your Love’, ‘Morning’ and ‘Home’, the first single ‘Turning Back Around’, cut from his eagerly anticipated debut album, is released on Ministry of Sound . The Track sees Rhodes reunited with producer James Kenosha (Dry The River, Pulled Apart By Horses) who worked with him on his acclaimed debut EP ‘Raise Your Love’.

Rhodes says of the single, ‘I wrote the song about running away from something and wanted the momentum of the percussion to feel like I was never turning back’ giving a glimpse into his growing maturity as a songwriter. The track also displays a fuller and more powerful sound as the backdrop to his distinctive vocals.

This year will see Rhodes building on what has been an incredible 18 months – not only touring with music’s finest (including Ben Howard, London Grammar and Sam Smith), but selling out his last two tours completely. Rhodes heads out for 6 further shows this March including his biggest show to date at the Village Underground on the 10th.

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Rhodes, It requires a rather different soundtrack. One of the year’s most impressive newcomers, Rhodes is set to seal off the end of 2014 with a tender new track. Buoyed by a gossamer guitar line and cathedral-like reverb,

 

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Singer songwriter Rhodes is currently touring the UK the multi-instrumentalist recently performed at the Festival No6 in Mid Wales, His EP “Breathe” is now available

 

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Hitchin born singer songwriter Rhodes is currently out on tour, with a new EP titled “Breathe” out now

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pre order the new Rhodes EP “Home” includes this track  “What If love” due out on October 19th

Taken from the new EP “Home” due out on the 19th October the track “Breathe” Rhodes has been working on the debut album after a series of EP and single tracks he is also about to tour the UK again with a show at the Nottingham Bodega Tuesday October 28th,

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Rhodes releases a new track and also a small tour has been announced for later this year, He will be at the Nottingham Bodega Social on 28th October.

 

 

Rhodes Live In The Red Room – The Rescue Rooms.

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