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Yellow Days has dropped his new single, ‘Just When’

George is at Glastonbury later this month.
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Published: 11:10 am, June 21, 2019
Yellow Days has dropped his new single, ‘Just When’

Yellow Days - aka George van den Broek - has dropped his new single, ‘Just When’; out now via Columbia Records, the track was recorded in LA with Nate Fox.

“The reason why I make music is to understand myself and the world around me,” George explains. “I can talk about my feelings ‘til the sun goes down with my friends… I love to just assess my own human condition; why I act a certain way.”

“The whole point of Yellow Days is to be a project about youth,” he adds. “It's all about being young and having this overwhelming sense of emotion, this confusion, all heading towards an eventual goal of happiness. It's all about the hope within.”

Catch Yellow Days live at Glastonbury (28th June), Mac DeMarco’s Dreamland all-dayer (29th), and then the Jazz Cafe in London on 17th October.

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