Rhys Lewis has already caught the attention of the public with his songs of heartbreak, many of which having featured on some of the biggest shows on television. But it is his love of performing live, curiosity of his craft, command of his instruments and impressive vocal ability that has taken him around the world, racking up legions of loyal fans along the way.
Brand new single, ‘Alone’ signifies a major life shift for the Oxfordshire-born artist. After years living in the capital city, Rhys made the decision to step away from city life. On a little plot of land in the countryside he found comfort in simple loneliness. While the performer missed touring, and the thrill of the stage, it was here that Rhys had the space to redefine who he was as a musician and ever-growing creative, and discover his new sound.
In contrast to its title, ‘Alone’ is an optimistic song. This perfectly crafted pop gem sets mesmeric strings against Rhys’ soaring vocals, as he dreams of escape.
With a phenomenal 620 million lifetime streams to date, the BBC Introducing favourite has seen 200 million streams for standout single, ‘No Right To Love You’, the very song that caught the attention of Decca Records. Heading into his biggest summer yet, Rhys is set to take his new music around Europe, having landed an extensive international tour with American singer, songwriter and television host Eric Nam. Kicking off this weekend in Scotland, Rhys will play in Manchester before two London shows (O2 Forum Kentish Town and O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire) then embarking upon 12 European dates.
More live dates to be announced.
2022 Live Dates (supporting Eric Nam):
10th April: Glasgow, Barrowland
12th April: Manchester, 02 Ritz
13th April: London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
14th April: London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire