OSCAR LANG Shares Swoon-Inducing Visuals for ‘Easy To Love’
Featuring on his recent EP Overthunk, Oscar Lang releases the equally endearing video for Easy To Love.
19 year old Londoner Oscar Lang gives no indication of his age – and in fact, does quite the opposite – in his latest EP Overthunk and the video for Easy To Love. The video brings back a feeling of nostalgia for an age past with its retro aesthetics and old-school diner setting, and in combination with the wavy guitars, Easy To Love feels like it ought to be played out loud on a jukebox and paints Oscar as an old soul. Featuring accompaniment that could certainly blend in seamlessly within the Beach Boys discography, the musical maturity in Oscar’s music reaches beyond his age to the blessing of us all and reminds us of the magic in music to transcend all times and ages.
Oscar personally wrote and co-produced Overthunk, his sophomore EP which sees him taking a step forward whilst drawing on influences from decades past, combining the new and the old in a refreshing way that you are sure to swoon over. Speaking more about the EP, Oscar explains:
The ‘Overthunk’ EP is influenced by my previous indie-pop sound but mixed with some 60s folk and psychedelia that I grew up listening to. I wanted to write songs that were still strong even if you just played them on an acoustic guitar. It’s the style of music I’ve been writing ever since I started.
Oscar has also announced his rescheduled debut headline tour dates for Autumn this year.
04 – Electric Picnic, Stradbally, Ireland
19 – Broadcast, Glasgow
20 – Soup Kitchen, Manchester
21 – Underground, Newcastle
22 – O2 Institute 3, Birmingham
23 – Camden Assembly, London