UK Teen Dream, Alfie Templeman’s new EP ‘Don’t Go Wasting Time’ is out today and to add the iching to the cake so is his newest music video! Could we ask for more? This is the second video from the 16 year old UK artist new EP. ‘Who Am I’ is a colorful and retro vibed music video that shows Alfie playing all the instruments, and singing his heart out in different boxes. His vocals draw the listener in while the music feels like breath of fresh air. Earlier this year, the blissful EP title track was premiered by Billboard HERE and the video for his first single “Used To Love” HERE was revealed early October.
Don’t Go Wasting Time is Alfie Templeman’s third EP instalment after 2018’s Like An Animal and 2019’s Sunday Morning Cereal were greatly received. With just three official singles under his belt, Alfie Templeman has enjoyed a meteoric rise and cemented his place as one of U.K. indie’s brightest lights.
Templeman, who began playing drums at just seven years-old and taught himself guitar, bass and production aged 13, has drawn praise from tastemakers at radio and national press (including The Sunday Times and The Observer) alike; gathering huge momentum resulting in a BBC Radio 1 playlisting at the first time of asking (“Like An Animal”) and a place in annual ones to watch polls everywhere from NME to British Vogue. Most recently, Templeman was lauded as one of The Line Of Best Fit’s “On The Rise” newcomers, a Dork “HYPE” act and a DIY “Neu” artist. Templeman has performed sessions live from the legendary Maida Vale studios for BBC Introducing – broadcasting on Jack Saunders’ Radio 1 Indie Show