Red Light Management


September 22, 2016

Ry X is very proud to unveil the visuals for his new single, Howling, lifted from the debut album ‘Dawn.’

The video to Howling is a primal, sensual interpretation of the song, further explained in detail by Ry below.

Watch Howling here:


A gorgeous, dolorous haze” – New York Times

Haunting and haunted…Set to bask in the warm glow of success” – The Guardian

“Favorite new musician of 2016 so far “ Robin Hilton – All Songs Considered – NPR

Ry: “It was a deep hope to bring the same sense of sensuality and raw heartedness to the video that was surrounding my life when I created this song.

“Howling is based around the emotional connection and impact of past lovers into the present space. About the way we hold onto their energy and carry it, and them, with us, into new relationships, and into our lives even as we grow.

“I collaborated with dear friends on this piece with artist Elena Stonaker creating visual worlds, choreographer Nina McNeely for dance, and the three lead women in this are dear friends of mine. That way the intimacy and connection was real. Ever present.

Now based in LA, the Australian musician will head out on a full US run in October, ahead of a series of European dates in November and December. Ry X arrives in the UK on the 20th November for a run of four shows, concluding at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire on the 23rd November. Tickets are available through
Ry X Live:


11 Oct – Los Angeles, Cathedral of Saint Vibiana

12 Oct – Santa Barbara, The Sanctuary at the Unitarian Society

13 Oct – San Francisco, Great American Music Hall

14 Oct – Sonoma, Old Redwood Barn

17 Oct – Seattle, Neumos

18 Oct – Portland, The Old Church

20 Oct – Chicago, Lincoln Hall

22 Oct – Columbus, Wexner Performing Arts Center

23 Oct – Toronto, The Great Hall

24 Oct – Montreal, Eglise du Gesu

26 Oct – Philadelphia, The Side Chapel of The First Unitarian Church

27 Oct – Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art

28th Oct – Brooklyn, Roulette



20 Nov – St Ives, Guildhall

21 Nov – Manchester, Deaf Institute

22 Nov – Brighton, St Bartholomew’s Church

23 Nov – London, Shepherds Bush Empire

28 Nov – Lille, Le Grand Mix

29 Nov – Antwerp, Arenberg

01 Dec – Lyon, L’Epicerie Moderne

02 Dec – Paris, Le Trabendo

03 Dec – Utrecht, Tivoli Vredenburg Old Hall

05 Dec – Luxembourg, Cathedral Notre Dame

06 Dec – Zurich, Kaufleuten

07 Dec – Mannheim, Alte Feuerwache

08 Dec – Cologne, Gloria Theater

09 Dec – Leipzig, Felsenkeller



30 Dec – Lorne, Falls Festival

31 Dec – Marion Bay, Falls Festival

02 Jan – Byron Bay, Falls Festival

06 Jan – Newtown Social Club, Sydney

07 Jan – Northcote Social Club, Melbourne

08 Jan – Fremantle, Falls Festival