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  • Alfie Templeman Premieres New Song “Broken” on BBC Radio 1

  • British singer-songwriter Alfie Templeman premiered a new song “Broken” along with a music video on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
    The song is the second single off of his upcoming debut album “Mellow Moon”, following “3D Feelings”.
    It was written by Alfie Templeman and produced by William Bloomfield, Justin Haywood-Young and Cameron Gower Poole.
    The accompanying video was directed by Jack Turner.
    Alfie Templeman told Clara Amfo about the song, “My job essentially is being me. So sometimes it can definitely feel like you're you're more of a you're like a product walking about rather than than person. So there's sort of a nutshell is basically about that. And it's just about the everyday kind of things that I ever took for granted before and then realizing the pandemic how important it was to me. It's those kind of like little things that kind of lifted me up in a lot of ways. So that's what the song is about. Obviously, the song is quite the opposite. It's like talking about all the things that I picked up on myself that was like hang on this is really weird, like you're not normal, like getting up way too late and stuff and just everything was a bit backwards for me in the pandemic. So because I was shielding for so long. So it was really weird. I had a lot of time to reflect on all of those little things and realize how out of order half of my behavior was. That's about 'Broken' basically.”
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    The new album “Mellow Moon” comprises 14-track and is set to be released on May 27, 2022.
    He told DIY about the album, “It's not just 14 puny, shitty pop songs. I promise!. A lot of this record is influenced by Krautrock, weirdly enough! Also a lot of proggy stuff, bits of Genesis, Pink Floyd. There's a Santana influence as well, and a Beatles-y bit. It's a massive mixing pot on this album. It's just random shit that I like, basically. It's great!
    He continued, “Making a full-length record has given me a chance to go both ways. I've been able to extend the production and do something really poppy, but also the chance to touch upon some stuff that's maybe, oooh… experimental?! When you're 18, you're still learning what music you love, so it's kind of my 'trial and error' album. I don't know if I'm really doing it right or not though. I'm so worried that Santana's gonna call me up and go, 'This is shit. What are you doing?! Stop!'”
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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