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RY X has announced that he will play the biggest headline show of his career at the Royal Albert Hall, London on 14th October 2019.

December 7, 2018

Having headlined a sold–out show at the Barbican in October – and with his much–anticipated second album Unfurl due for release 15th February via Infectious – RY X has announced news of his biggest headline show to date, performing at London’s Royal Albert Hall in October 2019. The unveiling of his Royal Albert Hall show comes hot on the tail of the announcement of a run of preceding UK, European and North American dates for early 2019, including flagship stops at Berlin’s Verti Music Hall, Los Angeles’ The Theatre at Ace Hotel, and Brighton’s Dome.

Having previously shared the tracks “Untold“ and “Bound“ from the album, RY X has also unveiled a new track from Unfurl, “YaYaYa”, which is streaming HERE. The single was featured on thirteen of Spotify’s New Music Friday playlists (including their flagship global playlist), as well as achieving top-ten spots on numerous genre-specific playlists. The track was also featured on Apple Music’s ‘The A-List: Singer/Songwriter’ playlist.

Full UK live dates:

Wednesday 20th February : GLASGOW : St Luke’s

Thursday 21st February : MANCHESTER : Cathedral

Saturday 23rd February : BRIGHTON : The Dome

Sunday 24th February : BRISTOL : Trinity

Monday 14th October 2019 : LONDON : Royal Albert Hall

Press acclaim for lead track “Untold”:

“Australia’s RY X is back with the spellbinding “Untold”.” – Line of Best Fit

“A meditative, deeply entrancing piece of music.” – Clash

“Two years have passed since Ry Cumming has released a project under his RY X moniker, but the time has come for him to make everyone swoon once more. His latest offering is tender to the touch, but emotionally gripping.” – High Snobiety

“The track’s space and moving electronic elements truly bring together its forlorn loneliness.” – Scientists of Sound

“Australian frontman takes his cues from Jon Hopkins with this haunting yet wistful swoon.” – Mystic Sons

“The Australia-born, Los Angeles based singer brings the subtlety and nuance to his craft, mixing synth and electronica to fill our notions with expectations and emotional relevance.” – Come Here Floyd

“A meditative composition that hears RY X exploring the space between the beats like never before, with the Howling frontman’s voice touching every crevice with its soothing presence.” – We Are The Guard