By Jack Barnes
London-based singer Rhys Lewis (95M global artist streams) releases new single “Hold On To Happiness,” a lighthearted meditation post-Valentine’s Day about the essence of time, or lack thereof. “Life just happens,” says Rhys about the stripped-back accompanied track, “and it’ll pass you by if you let it”. This track also marks the second release of Rhys Lewis’ since his first single of the year, “Better Than Today,” which has amassed over 3.8M global audio streams. “Try to your dying breath to hold on to happiness,” sings Lewis over a breezy acoustic melody and light bass tempo, “because life’s just a moment and one day it’s over”. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
About Rhys Lewis:
Originally hailing from Oxford, Rhys is a 27-year-old singer-songwriter who crafts songs with emotional honesty and vocal maturity that belie his young years. With seven songs and an EP release to date, Rhys is fast catching the attention of critics and fans internationally. Touring extensively in the past couple of years, including with Freya Ridings, JP Cooper, and James TW, he’s built up a fan base across Europe that queue overnight to be first into his electrifying headline shows, selling out shows from London to Amsterdam to Berlin.
He’s had heavy support from BBC Introducing, recording two live sessions, performing at a BBC Introducing show in London and most impressively, performing the British Music Embassy stage at SXSW 2018. Heart-breaking ballad “No Right To Love You” was released in May this year and has quietly grown through the year to help his catalog boast over 80 million streams.
CONNECT WITH RHYS LEWIS:
Want to submit something? Click Here
Need promotion? Click Here
Let us know what you think in the comment area below.
Liked this post? Subscribe to my RSS feed and get loads more!”
Props to Spotify