London-based emerging indie-grunge artist Daisy Brain aka Will Tse has just released new single ‘Down’ (LISTEN HERE). The track, packed with frank lyricism and a jagged guitar solo, follows February release ‘Digital Atlas’ which premiered as Jack Saunders’s Next Wave on BBC Radio 1. Last night, Daisy Brain announced upcoming EP ‘Disconnected Happy’ is set for release April 1st. The EP will feature both ‘Down’, ‘Digital Atlas’ and previously released single ‘What Would You Do?’.
On the new release, Daisy Brain says “Down is a song about loneliness, depression and anxiety. But the kind that is innate and subtle where it penetrates your daily life like a low drone, slowing you down and draining you. I wanted to capture that in a way that felt relatable and honest without being preachy. We’re all in this shit together, and it’s as much about the little things as the big things. Whether it’s creeping anxiety about not being funny enough at parties or worrying that you’re becoming more and more like your dad. I’ve been depressed for years, but I’ve learned that I’m still allowed to have fun. Self-deprecation is funny, life doesn’t have to be serious all the time and I wrote this song as a big eye roll at depression – we’re all in it together, even if you feel like shit.”
Last month, Daisy Brain hit the road on a string of SOLD OUT shows across the country including London’s Camden Assembly, and recently announced that he’ll embark on a further 11-date headline tour in May 2022. May will also see Daisy Brain hit the festival circuit, performing at Brighton’s The Great Escape Festival and The Neighbourhood Weekender at Warrington’s Victoria Park, as well as appearing at London’s Community Festival in July. Full list of tour dates can be found HERE