In November, 17-year-old George van den Broek aka Yellow Days released his debut EP Harmless MelodiesThe newcomer has quite the unique sound with down-tempo songs that feel a bit dark, but alluring. However, it’s his stunning vocals that are the most memorable. 

Today the singer/songwriter/producer returns with a new single titled “Go Home,” his first release since his debut EP. The Haslemere, England native continues down his path of menacing vocals over hazy production with his latest single. Yellow Days explains the track saying: “It’s not so much about a specific story or anything. Maybe just about obsessive love.”

Next week, Yellow Days will be performing at our No Ceilings London show. He will hit the stage alongside The Code and Ama Lou on Wednesday, February 15 at Camden Assembly. Get tickets here.

Listen to “Go Home” below.

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