Leeds newcomer Wax Works has dropped a Really Very Good alt-pop bop ‘will you remember me?’

'FFO' Alfie Templeman, Easy Life and 'that sort of thing'.

Out there looking for something sparkly and new this Friday, Dear Reader? Well, here’s a lovely little gem for you. Leeds newcomer Wax Works has dropped a brand new track, ‘will you remember me?’, and it’s Really Very Good Indeed.

Drawing influence from the likes of Easy Life, Wallows and Arlo Parks, the song is a perfectly pitched slice of self-written, recorded and produced alt-pop. If you’re a fan of Dork fave Alfie ‘Crown Prince of Indie Bops’ Templeman, it’ll be right up your proverbial alley.

‘will you remember me?’ follows on from previous single ‘sleeping in the dark’. You can check it out below.

And – as if that’s not enough – if you want a little ‘acoustic version’ chaser, you can have that too.

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