Ry X shares Vibiana videos & releases album on vinyl

After releasing ‘Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ on digital formats earlier this year, RY X is set to release the album on vinyl today. A beautifully crafted package for fans and collectors, the limited edition set will be pressed on maroon smoke effect double vinyl and is available to order here

‘Live At The Royal Albert Hall’ captures a once-in-a-lifetime event in which RY X’s tremulous voice and stark emotional songwriting was complemented by the London Contemporary Orchestra in one of the world’s most historic venues. 

Shortly after the album’s digital release, RY X played the global livestream event ‘Live From the Vibiana Cathedral’. He performed a selection of fan favourites which he reimagined in an intimate, stripped-back performance in a beautiful candle-lit environment in Los Angeles. 

RY X also shares the new video of Salt’ which was captured during the Vibiana Cathedral show. Originally featured on his debut album ‘Dawn’, this new version of ‘Salt’ is extended into an hypnotic, lovelorn mantra. Supported by a sweeping string ensemble, Ry X’s hushed and haunting vocal melodies are augmented by gospel-tinged harmonies as the song takes on a celestial ambience. 

He commented, “It was beautiful to explore sound and improvise through this song in new ways. I love where this grows to energetically. Hope you enjoy.” 

Having also previously shared the live version of ‘Berlin’, RY X will share further Live From The Vibiana videos on a regular basis throughout the rest of the summer. 

The Royal Albert Hall and Vibiana content both provide a reminder of RY X’s unforgettable shows, in which he conjures spine-tingling atmospheres as he reinvents favourites from his songbook. He recently announced details of a long-awaited European / UK headline tour, which is set to commence in March 2022 and will represent his first full-scale live shows since October 2019

Tickets for the dates, listed below, are available here

MARCH 2022 

2nd – The Netherlands, Amsterdam, The Royal Concertgebouw 

3rd – The Netherlands, Utrecht, TivoliVredenburg – Grote Zaal 

5th – Denmark, Copenhagen, DR Koncerthuset – Koncertsalen 

6th – Norway, Oslo, Sentrum Scene 

8th – Germany, Düsseldorf, Tonhalle 

9th – Luxembourg, den Atelier 

11th – Germany, Ludwigshafen, Festsaal – BASF-Feierabendhaus 

12th – Germany, Leipzig, Peterskirche 

13th – Belgium, Antwerp, De Roma 

14th – France, Paris, Folies Bergère 

16th – Germany, Berlin, Tempodrom 

20th – UK, London, Roundhouse 

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