Blackaby announces details of debut EP ‘What’s On The TV?’ with the fizzing title track

The London-based outfit will drop the EP on July 24th

London newcomers Blackaby have revealed details of their debut EP alongside revealing its title track ‘What’s On The TV?’

A fuzzing blender of pop, alt-rock and indie – the result is a two minute jolt to the system that well and truly welcomes Blackaby into the party

Blackaby is the project of songwriter and multi-instrumentalist William Blackaby, who explains the new track as “a silly song about funny moments, sad moments, the sick love of food and uncertain love. It’s short so you don’t get bored.”

You know our thoughts on boring Dear Reader…

‘What’s On The TV?’ leads the way for that upcoming debut EP, set for release on July 24th through Hand In Hive. “This EP looks back at youth. Learning to write essays and discovering alcohol (‘The friend who will travel with me’). The mundane problems of town living. Trying to be cool. Trying skateboard tricks. Trying to fit in (‘Eyeing the prizes, watching the other boys’). The way out is growing up but then the same problems are still there, you just create more distractions (‘they do a dance on a Monday night’)” notes William

Click play on ‘What’s On The TV?’ below:

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