19-year-old Joe Russell-Brown’s debut EP is a collection of songs created on a cheap microphone and laptop in his grandma’s bungalow. It captures his transition from acoustic songwriter to dream-pop band leader. It’s lo-fi yet anthemic.
Joe comments: “Post-Youth Depression is a retrospective euphoria of the days you can only appreciate when they’re gone. It’s about friends, living in a shit town and the acceptance of whatever’s to come.”
Praise for ‘Post-Youth Depression’
“a low-fi indie tune with subdued slurred lyrics and a quiet guitar to leave you wanting more. It’s relaxed and care-free reflecting the story behind the track”. – Hurd
“Perfection may be an unattainable ideal, but things can be quite beautiful. Post-Youth Depression is just one of those things.” – Backseat Mafia
“Really love this track. Haunting vocals. Reminds me of Brian Fallon from Gaslight Anthem.” – Little Indie Blog