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Check out Sfven's new release, 'The Honey EP'

There's a video for sort-of-title-track 'Honey', too.
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Published: 2:23 pm, September 18, 2020
Check out Sfven's new release, 'The Honey EP'

Sfven, AKA 22 year old producer Jamie Clarke, has dropped a new EP 'The Honey'.

The four track release comes alongside lead single, 'Honey' (see what he did there? - Ed). “I just wanted to make something that you can boogie to, but also focus on lyrically.” says Sfven. “I think my favourite part has just been experimenting with new sounds, figuring out a direction and whether it sticks. This EP turned out feeling a lot more cohesive than the last one, even though I went a bit out of my comfort zone. Hopefully that comes through.”

Also featuring previous singles 'Changing' and 'Saint', there's a fourth new track, 'Funeral'. It became about having a funeral for a part of yourself” Sfven explains, “and having a partner that makes you change - and almost kill a part of yourself - to fit their mould and expectations”

You can check out 'The Honey EP', and the video for 'Honey', below.

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