Rhys Lewis Shares Highly-Anticipated EP ‘In Between Minds` Via Island Records
Featuring Rhys Lewis’ trademark soulful vocals, In Between Minds reflects his current state of mind and uncertainty of the times we live in. He touches on the multitude of anxieties that plague this generation – whether it be the difficultly in maintaining relationships, or the wider theme of politics. Featuring 5 tracks, the EP includes recent singles ‘End Like This’, ‘Hold on to Happiness’ and ‘Better Than Today’, alongside new tracks ‘Lonely in Love’ which explores the complexities of falling out of love and closing track ‘Things You Can’t Change’ – inspired by a post Rhys saw on Humans Of New York.
Crafting his songs with a maturity that belies his years, telling vivid stories through his poignant lyrics, and willingness to bare all, Rhys has consistently showcased his talent for songwriting. However, ‘In Between Minds’ marks a creative turning point as a producer. For the first time across a body of work, Rhys has been able to stamp his mark sonically, producing himself across the EP, alongside collaborators Aidan Glover, Brian Brundage and Richard Wilkinson.
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With nine songs and an EP release to date, his music continues to reach an ever-growing global fanbase. Originally from Oxford, the 27-year-old singer-songwriter crafts his songs with a maturity that belies his years. He has become known for dissecting his own experiences with an emotional honesty and bravery, making it irresistible to listeners worldwide.
Rhys has had heavy support from BBC Introducing, recording two live sessions, performing at a BBC Introducing show in London, received critical acclaim from press, and most impressively, performing the British Music Embassy stage at SXSW Festival 2018. His heart-breaking ballad ‘No Right To Love You’ was released last May and has quietly grown throughout the year to help his catalogue boast over 110 million streams. 2019 shows no signs of slowing down for rising star Rhys Lewis.
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