shropshire artist barney durham, aka i don't believe anymore, has released a relaxed new folk and alt rock-inspired ep. a stripped-down collection of five guitar-led tracks, 'the boy that had wings' is an impressive project that strikes a balance between tranquility and soul-bearing earnestness. listen here:
the 16-year-old singer/songwriter is inspired by a range of artists including ren, the big push, the 1975 and oasis as well as classic and punk rock bands like the who and the clash. having released his first song in 2019, i don't believe anymore has already exhibited a talent in writing charmingly stirring acoustic tracks packed full of honest lyrics and affecting vocals that have undeniably established the artist as one to keep an eye on.
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