Published on January 23rd, 2024 | by Just Jay0
Rhodes Releases New Song ‘all I’ve Ever Known’ From Upcoming Album (Un-finished) Out 1st March Official Lyric Video Here Uk + Eu Solo Acoustic Tour March 2024
London-based singer-songwriter RHODES has released ‘All I’ve Ever Known’, a gorgeous and honest song about coping with the trauma we carry and how this can affect those we love. You can listen to the new song here and find the official lyric video here. ‘All I’ve Ever Known’ highlights RHODES’ charming vocals and excellent songwriting ability, showing listeners what they can expect from upcoming album (un-finished), due to be released on 1st March 2024 – available for pre-order.
Commenting on the new song, RHODES says “When I wrote this song I was thinking deeply and reflecting a lot on childhood and how, as we grow, not only do we carry our own trauma, but we also carry generational trauma which can have a profound effect on how we love and care for people. The words ‘All I’ve Ever Known’ play into the idea that, for me, as much as grass is green and snow is cold, love doesn’t last and the people you care about the most will leave. As I was collaborating on this song with my writing partners I realised we all are deeply effected and at times traumatised by the way we experience life as kids and young adults and ultimately, as daunting and painful as it can be, it’s up to us to do the work and try to make sure we don’t put our own past traumas and insecurities upon the people around us.”
‘All I’ve Ever Known’ is the fifth song to be shared from (un-finished), following previously released tracks ‘Happy’, ‘Sunlight’, ‘How I Love You’, and ‘Toothpaste’. The release of the album will be swiftly followed by a special solo acoustic tour across the UK and Europe, starting in Cologne on 8th March 2024 and concluding at London’s stunning Hoxton Hall on 21st March 2024. Tickets are on sale now – more information.
RHODES kicked off 2023 with the release of his sophomore album Friends Like These via Nettwerk. Recorded during lockdown with producers Rich Cooper and Ash Workman (Christine and the Queens, Metronomy), Friends Like These is a stunning collection of personal tracks, sharing tales of love, loss, friendship, and hope, told through RHODES’ charming vocals and stunning lyrics. Friends Like These marked RHODES’ first album release since his 2015 acclaimed debut Wishes (via Sony Music), which included hit single ‘Let It All Go’, a duet with Birdy that has amassed over 227 million Spotify streams. In April, RHODES’ released EP The Pool Sessions, a special selection of tracks from Friends Like These performed live at The Pool Studios in London.
Hertfordshire-raised, London-based singer/songwriter RHODES first captured everyone’s attention with a series of EPs leading up to the release of his acclaimed 2015 debut album Wishes (via Sony Music). The album, which charted inside the UK Top 25, included hit single ‘Let It All Go’, a duet with Birdy that has now amassed 227 million Spotify streams, and sent RHODES’ trajectory skywards. He’s captivated audiences on a series of headline shows and tours, and opened for the likes of Sam Smith, London Grammar, Hozier and Christine and the Queens. He’s thrilled crowds at an array of festivals including Glastonbury, Citadel, Secret Garden Party, Sweden’s Way Out West and Norway’s Øyafestivalen and gained acclaim from the likes of CLASH, BBC, Independent, The Line of Best Fit, Gigwise, Wonderland, Evening Standard and BBC Radio 1 (Live Lounge). The arrival of sophomore album Friends Like These in January demonstrated RHODES’ most intimate and relatable work to date. The releases of ‘Happy’, ‘Sunlight’, ‘How I Love You’, ‘Toothpaste’ and ‘All I’ve Ever Known’ mark a new era in RHODES’ creative output and show fans what to expect from his upcoming album (un-finished).