London-based label Good Years introduces us today to their latest signee Yellow Days. His soulful deep voice and his bedroom lo-fi production on “Your Hand Holding Mine” should be enough to make the blogosphere agree on this exciting new talent.
Yellow Days is 17 and his real name is George Van De Broek (Belgian roots?). This bedroom producer and writer comes from Haslemere in England and says that he is heavily influenced by artists like Howlin’ Wolf, Ray Charles, Mac Demarco, and Tame Impala. He already caught the attention of some bloggers some months ago with tracks such as “My Own Way” or “Little Palace”.
Nevertheless, his career should know soon a turning point with his fresh signature to Good Years. Indeed, the label is the home of rising and confirmed artists, such as Francis and the Lights, BANKS, Lil Silva, and Mick Jenkins. Thus, it is safe to say that this new signee will quickly access to the limelight.
As written in the press release:
In his lo-fi-psyche “Your Hand Holding Mine”, Good Years‘ new signee Yellow Days is singing “I think I found something in you”. Likewise, we think we found something in him too!
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You can also watch below the official video that he co-directed with Anna Victoria Best!
“Your Hand Holding Mine” is now featured on our daily-refreshed Spotify playlist: DAILY DOSE FOR MUSIC JUNKIES.
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