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Oscar Lang has released his lo-fi new bop 'Apple Juice', and a self-directed video

Keep an eye out for his new EP.
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Published: 11:05 pm, July 10, 2020 Photos: Korrie Powell.
Oscar Lang has released his lo-fi new bop 'Apple Juice', and a self-directed video

Oscar Lang has released his new tune 'Apple Juice', and a self-directed video.

It's a scuzzy, Beck-infused track from his upcoming EP 'Hand Over Your Head', out on 11th September via Dirty Hit.

"‘Apple Juice’ counts as two of your five a day," he says. "My new EP Hand Over Your Head is the sonic amalgamation of all the music I’ve recorded to date, plus a few tunes that I’ve been sitting on and have been playing for a while.

"Getting out of my bedroom studio and playing live with my band influenced these recordings a lot - I’m so happy that Rich Turvey and I managed to capture the essence of a sweaty live show."

The EP's full tracklisting reads:

1. Wake Up
2. Apple Juice
3. Get Out
4. Drinking Wine
5. I Feel Good
6. Velvet Dreams
7. Outro

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