Henry Nowhere releases his EP ´Not Going Back´ today. ´Not Going Back´ is a six-song projection of Henry‘s wanderlust spirit materialized as vibrant guitar pop haze with a lo-fi sheen. It explores themes of committed love, wistfulness, and escapism, and brings new life to classic blues and country archetypes like seeing the doctor over a broken heart. Henry’s 70s influences burn brightest on“Uneasy,” a laid-back, guitar-heavy tune with dry drum tones and harmony-rich vocal layers that recalls the sounds of Neil Young, Emmylou Harris, and Grateful Dead.
Earlier this summer, Henry released several EP singles, introducing the project with “Problems of the Heart,” a tune with humming guitars, tape cassette hiss, and enchanting vocals, the perfect dreamy track. Henry quickly release a new track “Not Going Back,” a moody lo-fi mantra about escapism that opens with twinkling piano and soft-focus synths, giving way to plucky guitar lines and washed out vocals. “Good Thing,” Henry‘s self-proclaimed favorite recording, arrived next, a lush blend of several acoustic instruments like flute, trombone, and piano, all played by Henry.