Following the release of the incredibly popular singles 'All You Ever Wanted' and 'Fall In Love Again', Rag'n'Bone Man maintains momentum with his third single of the year, 'Anywhere Away From Here'. For the latest track to be released ahead of his first album in more than four years, Rory Graham has chosen his duet with P!nk as his third track of 2021. Having originally scheduled the long awaited follow-up to his phenominal album 'Human' for April 23rd, Graham has now penciled in a date of May 7th, a delay of two weeks. Having released the fastest selling debut album by a male artist in the 2010's there is a degree of expectation resting on Rag'n'Bone Man's strong shoulders.
As well as taking the decision to actaully go to Nashville so that he could flavour his new album with a Country sound, Rag'n'Bone Man has also continued to embrace his own soulful proclivaties on his new ballad. The latest release from Rory is once again co-written with Ben Jackson-Cook, just as his last single, 'Fall In Love Again' was. Rag'n'Bone Man says the song is about "wanting to disappear from uncomfortable situations - about the vulnerabilities that we all face."
Having been a long term fan of Rory's, P!nk couldn't have been happier to duet on this single as she explained, "Anywhere Away From Here couldn’t be a better song for us to sing together." Elaborating that she'd been a fan since 2017, P!nk said, "By then I had already fallen in love with his voice, and when we met in person I quickly learned he has a beautiful soul, too."
Rory took to Twiiter on the day 'Anywhere Away From Here' dropped saying, "It’s an honour to have P!nk on this record and I'm so glad she is able to be a part of it... ‘Anywhere Away From Here’ with @Pink is out now." P!nk was quick to replay as she tweeted, 'Honored to sing with @RagNBoneMan on this record."
The stripped back ballad is a great vehicle for both artists, highlighting the quality of each singer's vocal. The minimal piano arrangement, with backing vocals by Pete Josef, exposes the brilliant depth and contrasting ranges of both Rag'n'Bone Man and P!nk. An unlikely combo that has come up trumps.
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