‘Never Let Go’ is the Irish trio’s follow-up to last year’s ‘Given Up’ EP, and was produced by Al O’Connell.
“It’s a song about mental health and hope” explains vocalist Aoife Power. “It’s a message to let people know that you can share your pain with others. It’s a reminder that someone is always there for you even in the darkest times. There is always a reason to not let go.”
Whenyoung’s February tour calls at:
9 Bristol Rough Trade
10 Manchester Deaf Institute
11 Glasgow Poetry Club
12 Birmingham Hare & Hounds
13 London Electrowerkz
Watch the video for ‘Never Let Go’ below.
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