Listen Jelly Boy shares new track ‘Lavese Los Manos’

Jelly Boy shares new track ‘Lavese Los Manos’

It’s taken from his upcoming debut EP, released next month.

After announcing his new moniker last month with ‘Give Up And Gamble’, the first track from forthcoming EP ‘Everybody Is A Universe’, Jelly Boy - aka founding Happyness member Benji Compston - has shared a new track.

Of ‘Lavese Los Manos’, Benji says: “I met a guy once who told me how he once lost something precious down the U-bend of a sink and assumed it was irretrievable, only to have a more practically minded person remind him what a U-bend is for. I guess that’s what this song is about. I also compulsively wash my hands and like Lorca.”

He plays Bristol’s Hy Brasil tomorrow night (16th March).

Listen to ‘Lavese Los Manos’ below.

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