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The singer has also announced her debut EP, Threads !

Image: Jones Crow.

Singer-songwriter and poet Indy Yelich has shared her new single, Hometown, alongside the announcement of her debut EP, Threads.

Yelich's haunting vocals float above a spare soundscape, led by delicate piano work and minimalist production. The track navigates and documents the nostalgia of teenage youth, recalling on the quiet of suburbia and shared experiences brought to life by Yelich's introspective and poetic lyricism. The release is accompanied by an official visual, directed by Max Movish and Jones Crow.

"Hometown is about the memories from my teen years in suburbia that I’ll never forget. I wrote this song with Casey Smith, at Ryan Tedder’s house, sitting on the floor playing notes on the piano while the light streamed in. This song took me four years to finish, because I felt like the song was so important and I wanted to get it right. I finished it with Miro Mackie and Daniel Chae and they really brought it back to life.” Yelich shares.

The track will join the singers previous singles Threads and Killer, alongside two new tracks on her debut EP, Threads.

Threads is out February 17. Watch the visual below!


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