19-year-old London multi-talented newcomer Nick Mono has dropped his debut EP, ‘The Sun Won’t Stay After Summer’.
The collection features new single ‘IDK About You’, plus recent releases ‘Anywhere In The World’ and ‘All The Money’.
Nick explains: “These were all songs written at the age of 17/18 around the time of leaving school and moving onto the next phase of life. The songs are mainly about dealing with feelings of confusion, uncertainty, and hopefulness. The title is a reflection of the impermanence of everything which can be seen as a good or bad thing depending on your own relationship with the current moment. I know it’s easy to say your music includes different genres and merges them together so it’s more for the listener to decide what they hear in it, but I’m following in the footsteps of my idols such as Prince, Childish Gambino and Kevin Abstract so while I’m not tryna sound like any of those artists specifically I’m influenced by the way they create. This EP is just the first step in fulfilling a much larger vision of who I want to be as an artist and how I want to be remembered.”
The EP comes with a new video for ‘IDK About You’, which you can check out below.