Forget bedroom studio – Alfie Templeman is taking up a notch by expanding his songsmithing skills to the living room. The 15-year-old British artist captures the homely air and comfort of his creative environment in his new video “Yellow Flowers” where we see a glimpse of his toys and grandfather’s house. Shot by The Marshall Darlings, the video is proof that you don’t need any fancy studio to make good music…but you do need your granddad to water the plants:
“Shooting ‘Yellow Flowers’ was such a brilliant experience as I was surrounded with my family at one of my favourite places – my grandad’s home. I think it really captures the image of how I record, that homely and countryside vibe myself and the crew set out for” shared Alfie.
The track is from Alfie’s debut EP Like An Animal, which is out now via Chess Club and you can enjoy below:
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