Oscar Scheller has been plying his trade as a lo-fi bedroom auteur for the past two years now, though you wouldn’t guess it upon hearing new track ‘Daffodil Days’. Though the title is a result of a happy accident, Oscar’s shift from bedroom sweetheart to potential indie-pop hit-maker is not. Oscar’s music has been characterised so far by his witty, sorrowful observations and his baritone vocals, both of which are still present here with his new track.
However, the discerning factor on why ‘Daffodil Days’ stands out is that with age, Scheller has realised there’s good in poking fun at himself, while pushing himself into the mould of a serious melody-maker. Rather than throwing carnations around, Oscar now basks in a field full of spring’s favourite flower, smelling the scents of a bright summer to come.