Love is real thanks to RVHU’s new video for ‘No Rush’

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Adding an exciting touch of groovy electronica to his flawless mix of hip hop, RnB and neo-soul, Brisbane artist RVHU is back with his second single for 2020, ‘No Rush’. Following his June single ‘Gravity’, this guitarist, vocalist and producer is proving his versatility as an artist, as he creates new and exciting sounds through his effortless blend of genres.

Upon the single’s release, we said of ‘No Rush’, “It’s a vibrant, uplifting and groove-laden jam all about the first time Rvhu met his girl, distilling that electric chemistry and thrill of connection and exploring the love of finding their flow together. Showcasing his excellent vocal chops once again, ‘No Rush’ is the infectious groove we need right now.” Now, he’s brought his song even further to life with the release of some accompanying visuals, further depicting this gorgeous love story.

Directed by Jack Mckenzie, styled by Yasmine Moussalli, and starring Georgia Mae and the man himself, this clip is a family affair. With slight psychedelic and warped effects as well as a psyched-out breakdown, the video shows RVHU running through suburban streets in search of his love interest. As the video concludes, our lead character finally finds the dream girl he has been searching for, giving her a bouquet of flowers and a warm embrace. While it’s a simplistic premise, it’s pulled off flawlessly, with the sheer joy and elation on RVHU‘s face radiating through the one-take visuals.

Emerging in 2018, RVHU is breaking boundaries with his unique spin of genres, skillful fusion of sounds, and honest storytelling. With a collection of songs under his belt, this groove infused bop might just be his best work yet, as his addictive sound oozes with self-assured confidence. As ‘No Time’ plays on repeat in our heads, RVHU continues to prove he’s seriously one to watch.

Words by Claudia Fallon and Emma Jones

Image: Supplied

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