London-based emerging indie-grunge artist Daisy Brain has today released new single ‘Small Matters’ (LISTEN HERE/ WATCH VISUALISER HERE). The angsty track, which premiered as Jack Saunders ‘Power Play’ on BBC Radio 1’s Indie Show last night, sees Daisy Brain, aka Will Tse, lyrically exploring the overwhelming pressures of built-up emotions, while creating a melodically powerful grunge anthem harnessed by raucous guitars.
Speaking of the track, Daisy Brain says ‘Small Matters is about suppressing your innermost feelings. Everyone has a breaking point, and little things in your day that might seem insignificant on the surface build up and put you past that threshold. This song is about that moment where the slightest thing could be the last straw and shatter your composure.’
‘I really wanted to channel that energy in the music with a proper wall of guitars and a really emotional vocal. This feels like a record that comes direct from a place of feeling before thinking. I love writing thoughtful, observational lyrics but sometimes a song has to come from a real rawness, and this is definitely that song.’
In April, Daisy Brain released his EP ‘Disconnected Happy,’ featuring tracks ‘Down’, ‘What Would You Do?’ and ‘Digital Atlas’. These tracks received great radio support, including from the likes of Steve Lamacq, Daniel P Carter, Greg James and Jack Saunders. After completing a string of sold out shows across the UK earlier this year, Daisy Brain has hit the festival circuit, performing at Brighton’s Great Escape in May, while being set to play Community festival this weekend, followed by Reading & Leeds festival later this Summer. In September, Daisy Brain will support Lauren Hibberd on her UK tour before setting off on his own UK Headline tour in November.