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UK based, singer-songwriter, writing conscious music for people who feel too much.


Rxth, is a Sussex (UK) based songwriter releasing conscious music for people who, like her, feel too much.

Sonically, it’s dulcet toned vocals meets dusky electronic-pop. Influences such as Kate Bush, Trent Reznor and Billie Eilish reveal themselves in subtle ways. Dancing between the light and the dark, the alt and the pop - 'contrast', both visually and sonically is a theme she enjoys exploring.


Rxth's lyrical themes range from emotional explorations, human nature, and self-reflection, to questions of consciousness and where we came from.

It's this interest in the big questions in life, that sees her influences extend beyond personal and musical ones, to include personal and spiritual development, which adds an interesting, albeit subtle, perspective to her lyrics.

Rxth's aim is that her music leaves you better than it found you and to remind you that you aren't alone with your big feelings and big questions.



Rxth has written music since she was a child and says it has always been a part of how she processes her inner and outer world. She credits it as being her therapy before she knew what therapy was.

She went on to study music at university, then writing and gigging in bands in London, playing small festivals, working in the industry, and later writing and producing professionally for commissions (film and products).


While all great experiences, it was her passion for writing and sharing her own music that kept calling to her and that she is excited to be releasing now.


Her other passions of personal transformation, psychology, and spirituality are subtly woven into her lyrics.


She aims to be uplifting and consciousness-raising, whilst fearlessly exploring the depths to bring light where it’s needed.


She advocates for mental health and wellbeing and also enjoys having one foot in the mystical, spiritual and unknown.

Her five track EP 'Songs for Wanderers' is out on Friday 11th November 2022.


Latest releases

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*November 11, 2022*

Two new tracks 'Wanderer' and 'Hard to be Human' complete the five track EP  inspired by the book 'The Ra Material'.

Cosmic themes, lush vocals, beats and heart.

Special note on Jeremy D.'s feature at the end of track 'Wanderer', for a special treat that sets the scene for the EP and leaves you with a thought provoking wisdom drop.



July 1, 2022

Starlight is a  gently building, positive and affirming pop track, that aims to be an antidote to the many messages of ‘not enoughness’ that we are presented with daily.

The video sees a diverse cast of women and girls receiving the same affirming message and shares glimpses of their own transformations or celebrations of self. “In the video I focus on women and girls, as right now messages of their innate worth are as important as they’ve ever been"

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JULY 02, 2021

Braveheart' is  an upbeat, sassy track and a video with themes that are quite literally 'out of this world'.


Released on 2nd July to coincide with World UFO Day, the track is an invitation to deeply connect while the video explores concepts of extra-terrestrial connection!

"Braveheart is about wanting to connect deeply and going all-in with someone you really resonate with. It's an ode to the good souls and Bravehearts,

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January 21, 2021

Single 'Beauty in the Spaces' sees dark-pop synths, beats, and hope, woven together with lyrics that touch on current uncertain times, and taking us on a journey into the refreshing unknown.

The song was released with a beautifully animated lyric video, mirroring these themes of transformation and transcendence.

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December 20, 2020

Emotive track 'Down by the River' released with a beautiful black and white music video.

"What started off as a love song to someone else became a love song of self-acceptance". -Rxth

This live, piano, vocal, and guitar recording captures a rawness that will no doubt resonate with all those that, like Rxth, feel too much.



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