We had a chat with Bristol’s James Humphrys to find out a bit more about him following the release of brand new single ‘All The Same’.
With his unique sound and appeal, Bristol’s James Humphrys is an artist who has been cultivating a fan-base around the UK over the last few years. His effervescent and colourful funk-filled dream pop sound has played a large part in that, with latest example being latest single ‘All The Same’,
The artist is set to release his second EP Memory Palace on July 10th, consisting of four tracks written and created off the coast of Alaska while working on a cruise ship. If his recent releases are anything to go by, the extended play should be something to keep a stark eye out for. With this in mind we figured there was no better time to have a chat with James and find out a little more the artist and his work.
Who TF is James Humphrys?
How long have you been making music?
Why do you make music?
What are your biggest influences?
What would you say has been your best moment so far?
How would you describe your sound to someone unfamiliar with it?
What’s your dream “I’ve made it” moment?
We love your latest single ‘All The Same’, could you tell us some more about it?
What should we expect from your forthcoming EP ‘Memory Palace’ as a whole?
And finally, who is your biggest fan right now?
At the moment it would probably have to be my Dad. I’m isolating back at my parents’ house at the moment so it’s the first time I have properly released music whilst living with them. He often knows about any playlists I’m on or features before I even know about them. Big up Julian!
Memory Palace is available on July 10th.