Outta Love is the second track from his soon to be released EP, The End.
Australian singer-songwriter Kim Churchill has shared a new glimpse into his upcoming EP, The End, sharing his new track, Outta Love. The raw and honest song explores the pain and discomfort of walking away from a longterm relationship and follows up the EP’s lead single, Nothing Nothing.
Churchill's upcoming release is the third chapter from the musicians four part EP collection, I Am Forgetting The End Again. Each chapter was recorded in a different corner of the world, with the first part, I Am, coming to life in Berlin. The release saw the single After The Sun, a highlight from the EP which was written and recorded with experienced house and hip-hop producer Vincent Kottkamp. The second EP, Forgetting, saw Churchill relocate to Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, where he worked with the psychedelic rock producer Colin Stewart for the second instalment of I Am Forgetting The End Again. For the upcoming instalment, The End, the musician returned to his home country of Australia, setting up in New South Wales’ Blue Mountains to record a new collection of songs.
Churchill has toured the globe, having played countless of headline shows and performed at festivals such as Glastonbury, Splendour in the Grass, Falls Festival, Montreal Jazz and Telluride Blues. The singer has also supported the likes of Milky Chance, Billy Bragg, Michael Franti, and The Medicine People. His 2017 record, Weight Falls, debuted at #6 on the ARIA charts, and produced the hit singles, Second Hand Car and Breakneck Speed.
Outta Love is out now! Watch an acoustic performance of the track below.