Photo: Clare Shilland
Oscar Sheller’s quick-witted, baritone-led pop’s found a new home in the shape of Wichita Recordings. The newcomer’s also unveiled his new single, ‘Daffodil Days’, the closest thing to anthemia this North Londoner’s arrived with yet.
Bright-eyed and steeped in the simple sunny-day odes that’ve defined his early tracks, ‘Daffodil Days’ also packs the mightiest chorus in Sheller’s locker to date. According to an interview in The Fader, the song’s about a bad day being cured with the help of autocorrect.
‘Daffodil Days’ is out digitally 2nd March, with a 7” single forthcoming. ‘Caramel Brown’ is the b-side.
Oscar headlines DIY’s Hello 2015 at The Old Blue Last, 20th January. The shows continue tonight (13th January) with Bloody Knees headlining.