Easy Life, Rhys Lewis, Connie Constance and more

The Feed: Easy Life, Rhys Lewis, Oscar Lang and more

Easy Life, Rhys Lewis, Connie Constance and more

The Feed: Easy Life, Rhys Lewis, Oscar Lang and more

The Feed - Your weekly round-up and digest on all things new music.

As the pubs begin to open, why not listen to these new tracks on your walk down?

This week’s new music

First up, Easy Life unveil two-track single ‘Who Gives A F**K?’, featuring the official release of ‘Nightmares’ and new track ‘Pop Tarts’. Rhys Lewis has released his much-awaited debut album Things I Choose To Remember, the tracks opening windows to the intricoes of his life, while Connie Constance shares candid yet comforting new song ‘James’.

Next, Oscar Lang returns with fresh new track ‘Apple Juice’, and Will and The People share scuzzy new track ‘Shame’. Self-described as a track with dark thoughts and light synth, Aidan Knight releases intimate track ‘Rolodex’. In the lead up to his EP Madhouse, Matt Maltese shares dreamy single ‘HI’, and lastly, Brighton’s Hive Society win our hearts with their indie swooning debut release ‘The Exchange/Warped’ via Airdriver Records.

Easy Life – Who Gives A F**k?’

Rhys Lewis – Things I Choose To Remember

Connie Constance – James

Oscar Lang – Apple Juice

Will and The People – Shame

Aiden Knight – Rolodex

Matt Maltese – HI

Hive Society – The Exchange/Warped