Yellow Days (George van de Broek) is a nineteen-year-old singer-songwriter/producer from Haslemere, England. Not too long ago, he released a left-field soul tune, entitled, “What’s It All For?”.
Yellow Days – “What It All For?”
“You say everything’s fine. But I don’t believe you baby. It feels like something’s wrong. There must be something wrong. The sh*t gets tense like the glass might crack. And I got this monkey on my back. Foundations shake, I guess that’s my mistake, and take a dive and dive into that lake.” – lyrics
‘What It All For?’ contains a relatable narrative, bluesy-soul vocals, and a jazzy instrumentation flavored with a nostalgic soul aroma. Also, the song tells a tale of a guy who’s in a problematic relationship with his significant other. Their troubles prompts him to ask an important question, “What’s It All For?”
“What It All For?”
Yellow Days is one of Britain’s most gifted talents. His acid-tinged sound makes him a unique standout from his contemporaries. Lately, He has been overwhelmed with success. His recent sold-out UK and European tour ended with a night at London’s Electric Brixton in October. Since then, he’s been optimistic about his future, looking forward to another fourteen date sellout tour in the United States.
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