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Alfie Templeman has announced a new EP, 'Don't Go Wasting Time'

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Published: 4:57 pm, October 29, 2019
Alfie Templeman has announced a new EP, 'Don't Go Wasting Time'

Alfie Templeman has announced a new EP.

'Don't Go Wasting Time' is due on 15th November via Chess Club Records, preceded by the title-track.

“‘Don’t Go Wasting Time’ is a track about breakups and trying to stop yourself from missing someone," he explains. "The track has a really pretty melody I came up with years ago, it actually started off as a punk song and gained a new title this year when I dug it up.”

He adds: “I’ve never been more over the moon with a finished product as much as I have with Don’t Go Wasting Time. Everything on the EP fits like a glove, every song has a purpose and a different story. Everything on this record is what I’ve always wanted to achieve.”

The EP's full track listing reads:

1. Who I Am
2. Used To Love
3. First Time
4. Circles
5. Don't Go Wasting Time
6. Movies
7. Lean On My Shoulder

Check out 'Don't Go Wasting Time' below, and catch Alfie on tour with Sports Team next month.

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