In Perspective

File next to: King Krule, Tame Impala, Mac DeMarco

Best work so far: Little Palace, You Are Nothing That I Can’t Get Over and Your Hand Holding Mine

George van den Broek, more popularly known online as Yellow Days, is currently his creating his own sound an inventive soul-infused indie-rock meets alternative R&B, and its very impressive.

At the tender age of 17, the UK based musician is already making a significant impact. Just over a year ago now, Yellow Days released some early demos on Soundcloud (namely ‘Little Palace’ and ‘My Own Way’) which quickly caught listeners attention. Comparisons with King Krule aka Zoo Kid aka Archy Marshall were and still are instantly obvious, Yellow Days’ deliberately languid style is complimented by expert instrumentals throughout his spellbinding Harmless Melodies EP which was released in 2016 and would go on to receive acclaim from Stereogum and Pigeons & Planes who are always early to recognise top talent. Only 17 and with a cult following and a mesmerizing EP under his belt, the future is surely looking bright for this young talent. Today, Yellow Days finds himself signed to Good Years, whose roster boasts the likes of Banks, Francis and the Lights, and Mick Jenkins. Clearly in good company with an upcoming UK tour, the future is bright for Yellow Days.

Article by Abraham

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