Acclaimed Derby-based artist Sfven returns with yet another spectacular slice of bedroom pop through the release of his intimate new single, ‘love you’.
With it’s honest and personal lyricism, the song tells of the unspoken language that two lovers can share with one another.
“’love you’ was the last song I wrote for the mixtape. It’s about a moment after a difficult conversation with someone you love where nothing needs to be said. And being grateful for what was, and beautiful moments shared.”
The track serves as the latest taster from Sfven’s ‘you, green’ EP, which is gradually releasing all its songs between now and next summer.
Support for the project comes from the likes of BBC Radio 1 and Radio X, as well as Spotify placements across several flagship playlists like New Pop UK and New Music Friday UK.
Following on from the release of his critically acclaimed debut album ‘forest avenue’ earlier this year, UK artist Sfven returns with new single ‘don’t jump the gun’.
Inspired by the inner pressures which we place on ourselves, this alt-pop banger reminds listeners that it’s OK to accept that some things don’t always go to plan.
“Writing songs can feel like a bit of an uphill battle sometimes and that feeling of just trying to keep going and pushing through is where ‘don’t jump the gun’ stems from. I just wanted to try and capture that feeling of keeping going and pushing through and acknowledging that you don’t always have to be 100%, sometimes it flows and sometimes it doesn’t – which can be really hard to accept.”
‘don’t jump the gun’ is the first song to be lifted from Sfven’s upcoming 10-track ‘you, green’ EP, which sees the artist releasing music throughout the year ahead.