Rhodes announces 'Run', the lead track from his forthcoming debut EP 'Raise Your Love'.
Recorded with Charlie Fink (Noah and the Whale) and James Kenosha, 'Raise Your Love' is set for release on 28th October via Hometown Records. The 4-track EP showcases Rhodes' trademark haunting vocals draped around a plaintive electric guitar backdrop, and is the follow up to his sublime demo track from earlier this year, 'Always'.
24 year old Rhodes wrapped up a busy summer of live dates - opening for the likes of Laura Marling, Rufus Wainwright, amongst others - with a special performance at Festival No. 6, backed by the festival's resident string quartet.
To mark the release of 'Raise Your Love', Rhodes will play his first ever headline show at The Waiting Rooms (London) on 24th October and will then support Nick Mulvey on his UK tour in November. Full listings as follows.
Rhodes live 2013:
10th Oct - Bodega, Nottingham (supporting Amber)
19th Oct - Gathering Festival, Oxford
24th Oct - The Waiting Room, London
6th Nov - Brudenell, Leeds (supporting Nick Mulvey)
7th Nov - Think Tank, Newcastle (supporting Nick Mulvey)
8th Nov - Deaf Institute, Manchester (supporting Nick Mulvey)
9th Nov - King Tuts, Glasgow (supporting Nick Mulvey)
11th Nov - XOYO, London (supporting Nick Mulvey)
12th Nov - Thekla, Bristol (supporting Nick Mulvey)
13th Nov - Proud Cabaret, Brighton (supporting Nick Mulvey)
15th Nov - Emmanuel United Reformed Church, Cambridge (supporting Nick Mulvey)
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