Some Songs With Some Friends EP Out December 17 via Warner Music
“Do yourself a favor and listen.” – Teen Vogue
“ …young Internet hotshot in the mold of Jake Bugg” – Time Out New York
“…introspective pop at its best.” – The Guardian
Oxford-based Lewis Watson makes music that emanates warmth and sincerity. Hot on the heels of his critically acclaimed Four More Songs EP, and hitting the iTunes Top 10 with all four of his EPs, he will release his new Some Songs With Some Friends December 17th via Warner Music.
On Some Songs With Some Friends EP cut “Droplets,” Lewis engages fellow English singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin, who recently released her UK gold-certified debut LP. A touching, beautifully harmonious oeuvre, the stunning ballad features intertwining melodies set atop sincere acoustic guitar. The “Droplets” ft. Gabrielle Aplin stream is available below.
Produced by Mike Crossey (The 1975, Arctic Monkeys, Foals, Jake Bugg) and Richard Wilkinson (Lianne La Havas, Adele), Some Songs With Some Friends features a re-recorded, re-mastered version of single “Even If.” The rest of the EP sees Lewis interpretating some of his favorite songs, joined by friends Kimberly Anne and Irish duo Hudson Taylor.
Lewis Watson has developed a thriving fan base in his young career, praised by PAPER for his “glimmery folk […] that brings to mind the Avett Brothers, Fleet Foxes & Mumford & Sons,” and hailed by BBC Radio 1 & The Independent. He also recently played to sold-out audiences in both NYC & LA.
Stay tuned for more news from Lewis Watson coming soon!