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November 2018
New Music Friday

Willie J Healey has released his new "experiment", the ‘666 Kill’ EP

He set himself a challenge not to overthink the release.
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Published: 12:07 am, October 19, 2018Words: Sam Taylor.
Willie J Healey has released his new "experiment", the ‘666 Kill’ EP

Willie J Healey has released his new EP ‘666 Kill’, and it's streaming online in full.

The new offering arrives via Yala! Records. It’s described as “an experiment” Healey set himself “to rapidly put together a body of work from his first idea to completion without overthinking any part of the process.”

That involved writing lyrics in his bedroom, before hot-footing it down to his studio-slash-garage to record them as quickly as possible.

“I was trying to touch on different ideas I had at the time: weird things like planes going missing and an obsession with death, which sounds really depressing but at the time I found it really interesting,” he explains. “We all have weird little things that run across our minds and we generally don’t say them out loud. For good reason! But it felt like an exciting process to write in that style and not put a filter on it.”

Check out ‘666 Kill’ below.

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