Rhodes has one of those undeniably gorgeous voices - one song is all it takes to blow you away, if that. He continues to do so on his brand new song 'Close Your Eyes', which just happens to be the lead single from his highly anticipated debut album Wishes.

The song got its premiere as Annie Mac's Hottest Record in the World, and in an interview he said that "It's about my fear of performing", explaining further that "I wanted to make this a little more ambiguous so I changed it to the third person and made it more about me talking to somebody else-when really it's me talking to myself."

Seeing support from Taylor Swift, Sam Smith, London Grammar, and George Ezra, it's clear that he's an incredibly talented guy and 2015 is bound to have huge things in store for him. Wishes drops on 4 September via Rhodes Music / Ministry of Sound, and it's available to pre-order on iTunes now.

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