Video: RY X – Salt

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“RY X was a seed that was planted, gently watered and nurtured. And it has grown, and blossomed. It has already grown beyond what I initially imagined.” – RY X

RY X was a seed that was planted, gently watered and nurtured. And it has grown, and blossomed. It has already grown beyond what I initially imagined.” – RY X

Ry X is pleased to announce details of a European tour for the Winter, including a show at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire. To coincide with the announcement, Ry X has unveiled a beautiful video of ‘Salt’ taken from his debut album Dawn out now via. Infectious Records. Watch here:

Recorded live, much like every track on ‘Dawn’ the song begins with solo plaintive guitar and fragile vocals building to a crescendo of crushing beats and cinematic soundscapes; his threadbare power remaining at the forefront throughout.

Conscientious and unfeigned debut, Dawn is available to purchase/stream now via. Infectious Records, with Ry disclosing how the 12-track LP came to fruition via a candid process of self-discovery and trust – “I have followed my heart and it has been a beautiful process of building trust with myself, as an artist, and person.”

Following a recent tour in May, Ry X is pleased to announce his return to Europe this Winter stretching over 14 nights, and kicking off at St Ives’ Guildhall on the 20th November. The tour will conclude at Felsenkeller in Germany on the 9th December. Tickets for the tour go on sale from Friday 9am from http://www.ry-x.com

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