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Wyse has debuted a new video for 'Rhythm She Knows', a taster from her upcoming debut EP

The single's out this week, followed by the EP in November.
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Published: 2:00 pm, September 12, 2018
Wyse has debuted a new video for 'Rhythm She Knows', a taster from her upcoming debut EP

Portsmouth-via-Hampshire newcomer Wyse is gearing up to release her new single ‘Rhythm She Knows’.

The uplifting, heart-on-sleeve tune arrives on Friday 14th September via rosecoloured records (who’ve previously worked with the likes of itoldyouiwouldeatyou, Patrons and Annabel Allum), and it’s preceded by a video that sees Wyse conflicted about her future.

"The video reflects a past internal battle between relationship struggles and coming out to an orthodox Christian family,” she explains. “The girl represents a potential relationship, yet in the video I am holding back. I have to admit the painted clothes and decorator clothing style is a romantic nod towards my girlfriend who is a painter!”

The single is taken from debut EP ‘Switch of My Controller’, due for release on 23rd November.

Check out ‘Rhythm She Knows’ below.

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