Brit boy Rhodes once again stuns with a sepia hued vid for his haunting new cut “Breathe”
British singer songwriter Rhodes has been steadily making waves since he dropped his first demo, “Always” back in the summer of 2013, catching the attention of, amongst others, Laura Marling, Sam Smith and Nick Mulvey, all of whom he’s supported, alongside playing three sold out shows at London’s Sebright Arms and performing at Glastonbury, Wilderness and Latitude. Put simply, he’s pretty damn in-demand.
Watching the visuals for new track “Breathe”, off his forthcoming “Home” EP, it isn’t hard to see why: shot in Brussels’s red light district by Arnaud Uyttenhove in grainy sepia tones, the video manages to express the push and pull of the cut, at once filled with the energy that naturally accompanies such soaring melodies, without losing the soft emotion that Rhodes so perfectly captures in all of his tracks. All things considered, it’s not surprising he’s managed to accrue such a talented following.
Rhodes plays at Oslo Hackney on 7th November