Published by: Danae Effern | 6-May-2016
Garnering praise as one of Australia's finest Singer-Songwriters, Josh Rennie-Hynes does not disappoint with new single 'Rosie', the first taste from his forthcoming second LP Furthermore. #JoshRennieHynes @JoshRennieHynes @RemedyGroup
The song came to Rennie-Hynes after he had completed a national tour of New Zealand. "I had a few days off in Wellington, where I was staying at my Cousin's house, spending a few days with his housemate Rosie, a lovely girl who had been going through a tough time with depression. I wrote this song for her, just to say that it's all gonna be alright, there's a light at the end of the tunnel" he explains.

This is the first track released since his debut album February, recorded with ARIA Award winner Shane Nicholson. Rennie- Hynes is keen to hit the road again in June with his band 'The Wildflowers' in support of the single. A seasoned performer, Rennie-Hynes has supported the likes of Kasey Chambers and JD McPherson (US) and has graced festival stages at Americana Music Festival (Nashville), Woodford Folk Festival, Nannup Music Festival and Queenscliff Music Festival.


June 10th - The Wheatsheaf Hotel, Adelaide
June 11th - The Yarra Hotel, Melbourne
June 12th - Lazybones Lounge, Sydney
June 18th - Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane

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