Hanya Soundtracked Our Work Ethic In “I’ll Do It Tomorrow”

Dream pop

Photo: Jordan Rose

Brighton quartet Hanya takes us into the dreamy soundscape of indie pop in new single “I’ll Do It Tomorrow.” Despite the title’s connotation, the track is actually a reminder to be the best version of yourself now and stop procrastinating. Tinged with elements of shoegaze and soaring within a retro atmosphere, “I’ll Do It Tomorrow” is a sweet way to kickstart productivity:

“‘I’ll Do It Tomorrow’ was the result of realising that rarely does anyone take the advice we ask for, we love to procrastinate and wait until things change around us, it’s the magic of the human psyche. The song is pretty much advice to an old friend…be every version of yourself, let go, do it now, don’t wait until tomorrow” shared the band.

The track is from the quartet’s upcoming EP Seas Shoes, which will be out this spring. They’ll be playing a few shows in the upcoming weeks, so go say hi:

17th January – The Hope & Ruin, Brighton (Love Thy Neighbours ‘Triptych’ Series)

1st February – The Piper, Saint Leonards (w/ Penelope Isles)

11-15 March – New Colossus Festival, New York City