William Ryan Key has announced that he is going to be releasing a new EP at the start of next year.
It's called 'Everything Except Desire' and will be dropping on February 11 via Equal Vision/Rude Records.
He had this to say about it:
“Ever since I started making my own music, I think I’ve been searching for what became 'Everything Except Desire'. I took a risk and created something completely unlike anything I’ve released in the past,” he beams. “This record felt like a big step for me both as a writer and a producer."
You can hear the first taste right now in the form of 'Face In A Frame', a track that softly shimmers with entrancing synths and beautifully considered vocals. It's a gorgeous track that demonstrates just how different this release is going to be.
This is what the song is about according to WRK:
“’Face in a Frame’ started with one simple piano loop and ended up opening the door to one of the most creatively inspiring sessions of my career,” he explains. “I tried to stay lyrically honest, while building a track that takes the listener on a journey of self-discovery.”
Here it is:
It follows on from his last solo EP, 2018's 'Virtue'.