Album artwork for lately I feel EVERYTHING by Willow
Album artwork for lately I feel EVERYTHING by Willow

At only 20 years old, Willow has spent half her life in the music industry. With her fifth album coming this summer, a decade of growth both in the industry and as a young woman come to a head. Her new single and LP is a love letter to that constant evolution. She began working on the album in 2020, during the pandemic. With all the extra time on her hands at home, she began recording demos that she would later re-record when she felt like she could safely enter a studio. It was a new process for her, born out of caution, but it helped her capture the rawness of her new sound. On the forthcoming record, she channels the alt rock, pop-punk and emo heroes she adored as a teenager, like Avril Lavigne, My Chemical Romance and Paramore. “I thought this was a really dope outlet for a new energy I wanted to bring to my music,” she says.

Willow

lately I feel EVERYTHING

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Album artwork for lately I feel EVERYTHING by Willow
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£14.99

Released 16/07/2021Catalogue Number

6116577

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Album artwork for lately I feel EVERYTHING by Willow
LP

£24.99

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Released 16/07/2021Catalogue Number

6116546

Willow

lately I feel EVERYTHING

Roc Nation
Album artwork for lately I feel EVERYTHING by Willow
CD

£14.99

Released 16/07/2021Catalogue Number

6116577

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for lately I feel EVERYTHING by Willow
LP

£24.99

Red
Released 16/07/2021Catalogue Number

6116546

At only 20 years old, Willow has spent half her life in the music industry. With her fifth album coming this summer, a decade of growth both in the industry and as a young woman come to a head. Her new single and LP is a love letter to that constant evolution. She began working on the album in 2020, during the pandemic. With all the extra time on her hands at home, she began recording demos that she would later re-record when she felt like she could safely enter a studio. It was a new process for her, born out of caution, but it helped her capture the rawness of her new sound. On the forthcoming record, she channels the alt rock, pop-punk and emo heroes she adored as a teenager, like Avril Lavigne, My Chemical Romance and Paramore. “I thought this was a really dope outlet for a new energy I wanted to bring to my music,” she says.