New On The Block: Cally Rhodes ‘Too Close’

It’s a new year and we got plenty of new music, say hello to Cally Rhodes new tune, ‘Too Close’.

Having already experienced worldwide streaming success with previous releases, her current singles have racked up decadent streams on Spotify and Apple.

Inspired by the melodies of Kate Bush and Fleetwood Mac, Rhodes grew up in Wales surrounded by music.

Offering a more darker tone compared to her previous catalogue, ‘Too Close’ offers another side to Rhodes repertoire of musical talent.

Unlike your usual pop tune, the single delves into mental health issues surrounding insecurities and overthinking.

Get pumped, because ‘Too Close’ marks the first string of Rhode’s releases coming in 2020, with plans to drop an EP later this year.

Getting your music heard by millions means lots of hard work and sacrifice, for Rhodes this meant years of cultivating thousands of followers to build her presence on YouTube.

All the hard work is paying off, as Rhodes was labelled ‘Best Artist of the Year 2018’ by BBC and her tunes have been played across BBC Radio1, BBC Radio 2 airwaves and even used in the BBC’s hit TV show, ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.

Get ready because this gal’s music catalogue is only set to grow as she is currently writing alongside Si Hulbert, known for his work with Dido, Ed Sheeran, Jess Glynne and One Direction.

If you thought her schedule wasn’t packed enough for 2020, she just recently jetted off on a tour around the UK.

If you want to catch her live and you’re in the UK, keep January 31 free as she is playing an unmissable show at the Manchester Adobe.

So what are you waiting for, go get ‘Too Close’ in your ears right now HERE.

 

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