RHYE RELEASE ROOSEVELT REMIX OF
WITH ACCOMPANYING VIDEO
September 1, 2017 (Los Angeles, CA) – Today, for everyone’s last gasp of summer, Rhye release the Roosevelt Remix of “Summer Days” with accompanying visual, available via the RHYE VEVO channel. The remix builds on the already infectious groove of the original song that was released July 7 via Loma Vista Recordings, alongside “Please”. The release of these two songs marked the group’s first new music in four years and follows 2013’s critically exalted Woman.
Watch the video for “Summer Days (Roosevelt Remix)” HERE. Listen now on iTunes, Spotify and Apple Music.
About the visual, Milosh comments, “The Photoautomat is a private space within a public sphere. Located on many populated streets in Berlin, with just a curtain for privacy, the photoautomat allows people to be who they want to be unabashedly, expressing silliness, sadness, intimacy and joy.
The environment that the photoautomat fosters is what we hope to encourage more of in the world we are creating: more coming together, more love, more joy and humor. It is this sentiment that we chose to embody in this video that celebrates being whoever you want to be with whomever you want to be with.”
Rhye recently concluded a run of high-profile festivals around the globe.
A mosaic of emotive piano keys, physical percussion, buzzing analog synths, and expansive vocals, Rhye find humanity in musicality. Driven by this approach, the group quietly transformed into a phenomenon with the arrival of their 2013 debut, Woman. The record garnered acclaim from Rolling Stone, Spin, and Pitchfork who dubbed it “Best New Album.” “Open” would concurrently accumulate over 41.6 million Spotify streams, while “The Fall” surpassed 22.8 million. Along the way, they sold out theaters around the globe between standout festival sets at Coachella, Pitchfork, and a highlight concert in Denmark accompanied by a 49-piece all-girls choir. As the band began writing in 2016, this expansive live show indelibly impacted their second full-length album in 2017. The first single “Please” siphons a gorgeous vocal plea through a kaleidoscope of sparse percussion and piano that’s simultaneously stirring, stark, and sensual. It’s a new musical experience. It’s Rhye.