Ollie Hussey Gets Candid With Mental Health In New Folky Electropop Single “Credence”

Made with a guitar and old iPhone

Photo: PR courtesy

UK artist Ollie Hussey makes magic out of his guitar and old iPhone – his latest single “Credence” is a testament of that. a mixture of folk and synthpop, “Credence” finds Hussey in a pensive state as he opens up about his own struggles with depression and how it has affected his relationship. Despite the heavy theme, “Credence” is a buoyant piece that gets your mind levitating into a soothing atmosphere as Hussey’s own openness about it makes us feel less lonely:

Originally from Lancashire, Hussey currently lives in Cardiff where he is studying music at university. He has previously supported other artists and played headline shows across Manchester and Northwest. Having played in acts from various genres (think of samba, thrash metal, etc.), he has no boundaries when it comes to finding influences in his sound.