Alex Southey’s new EP My Nights On the Island offers a six song revision of a break up that breaks the mould of what one would traditionally ascribe to a singer-songwriter’s record of lost love.

The EP feels like a sonic-cinematic journey; a short film of songs carefully crafted with orchestral flourishes and soundscapes that Southey drew from memory in his teenage years – sounds that intentionally weave the songs together and act as essential supporting cast to the leads of voice and guitar and even threaten to create sequels of their own.

Stream the EP and check out the latest single “There’s Anneko, Down The Fire Escape” today!