London-based singer and songwriter Oli Fox returns with an anthemic slice of musical bliss that is sure to propel this talent further into the mainstream.
Lifted from new EP ‘The Season’ (out now), ‘Half As Much’ presents listeners with a catchy and energising blend of indie, soul and pop. Speaking on the EP, Fox says:
“The EP is a crash course on how to fall in and out of love. From ‘the season’ which I wrote in a state of euphoria after putting myself back into the dating scene, to the bitter recollection of a relationship I’d left in ‘Cloud 9’. I really hope people can resonate with at least one of these stages. ‘Half as much’ is my favourite song on the album as I wrote the chorus in roughly five minutes, slumped in my kitchen doorway. It’s a bit of an epiphany, realising that someone can almost make you feel twice the person you were without them, hence the concept of ‘I only ever felt half as much'”.
Not only is Fox an acclaimed soloist (with praise from likes of BBC Radio 1), but he is also an established top-liner who has recently secured co-writes for Aquilo, Gorgon City and James Smith among others.