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Rhys Lewis unveils new track ‘What Wild Things Were’ alongside the ‘Live At RAK Studios’ EP

His debut album ‘Things I Chose To Remember’ will now land on July 10th
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Published: 7:34 pm, April 24, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
Rhys Lewis unveils new track ‘What Wild Things Were’ alongside the ‘Live At RAK Studios’ EP

Rhys Lewis has unveiled a fresh new track in the form of ‘What Wild Things Are’ - taken from his ‘Live At RAK Studios’ EP, out today (Friday 24th April)

Depicting a burning planet and the disastrous effects of climate change, the track serves as a treat and signal of what’s to come from the beloved songwriter.

‘Live At RAK Studios’ features three recordings, with previously released favourites ‘When Was The Last Time?’ and ‘What If’ joining the brand new ‘What Wild Things Are’, and comes in the wake of Rhys postponing the release of his debut album ‘I Chose To Remember’ in wake of.. well, all this (we know what it is okay?!).

With ‘I Chose To Remember’ now set for release on July 10th, bide time over with ‘What Wild Things Were’ below - with the full 'Live At RAK Studios' EP here

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