Thomas Headon Premieres New Song “W4NNA DO” on BBC Radio 1
London-based Australian singer-songwriter Thomas Headon premiered a new song “W4NNA DO” on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.
The song is the fourth single off of his upcoming fourth EP “six songs that thomas headon likes and thinks you would like too”, which is out this Friday (June 30).
The track was written by Charlie Martin, Joseph Housley, and Thomas Headon. Produced by The Nocturns.
Thomas Headon shared on social media, “Tonight on bbc radio 1 and just released a song that was fully done for months until i decided i wanted the first line to be about oat milk and completely unrelated to every single other lyric.“
He told Clara Amfo about the song, “It's just it's a bit chaotic. We put a line about oat milk in the beginning, very last minute that was fun. It's kind of about like, doing stupid things for other people. Because you're in love with them.”
- The new EP comprises 6-track, produced by The Nocturns, Stephen Barnes, Taka Perry and Thomas Headon.
He said of the EP, “There's six songs that I like and I think I have pretty good music tastes I would like to say that. So they're just six songs I really like and I put them into one projects because I wanted them out in the world. And they don't really have anything to do with each other. They're all a bit like random, but they're just good songs and I wanted them out.”
Photo by Harry McCulloch
- source : BBC Radio 1