Take An Acid Trip With Yellow Days’ “The Way Things Change”

Bluesy acid pop

Photo: Courtesy of Whiteboard PR

If you were to take Xanax with a little bit of acid by the beach and reflect on the cycle of life, then Yellow Days’ “The Way Things Change” is the perfect soundtrack that captures the highness and introspection of such moment. Somehow, the 19-year-old artist captures that eccentric combo of chemically and existentially induced thoughts by adding some blues sparkles onto acid pop. It’s hella relaxing:

“The Way Things Change” is from Yellow Days’ upcoming debut album, which is the follow up of his 2017’s Harmless Melodies EP and Is Everything Okay In Your World? project. He is currently on his sold-out tour:

North America 2018 tour

4/5 – Constellation Room (Santa Ana, CA, USA)***SOLD OUT

4/6 – Popscene (San Francisco, CA, USA)***SOLD OUT

4/9 – Subterranean (San Diego, CA, USA)***SOLD OUT

4/11 – Garrison (Toronto, Canada)***SOLD OUT

4/12 – Elsewhere / Zone One (Brooklyn, NY, USA)***SOLD OUT

4/13 – Elsewhere / Zone One (Brooklyn, NY, USA)***SOLD OUT

Europe 2018 tour

4/25 – Kantine (Berlin, Germany)***SOLD OUT

4/27 – Les Nuits Botanique Festival (Brussels, Belgium)***SOLD OUT

4/28 – Pop Up Du Label (Paris, France)***SOLD OUT

4/30 – Sugarfactory (Amsterdam, Netherlands) )***SOLD OUT

5/3 – The Haunt (Brighton, UK)***SOLD OUT

5/4 – Bodega (Notttingham, UK)***SOLD OUT

5/5 – Liverpool Sound City (Liverpool, UK)

5/7 – The Deaf Institute (Manchester, UK)***SOLD OUT

5/8 – Koko (London, UK)***SOLD OUT