Will Newman ‘I Don’t Wanna See You With Anyone Else’ : Saying so much with just the right amount of words.

Will Newman

Will Newman has a way of saying so much with just the right amount of words.

“This song is an attempt to portray the raw feelings of a breakup where it won’t work any longer, but you’d hate to think about them with someone else.”

Will’s main influences are John Mayer, LANY, Lauv, The 1975, Joan, Tom Misch, Iron and Wine, Minus The Bear, Jack Johnson and Turnover. Will likes to write in a range of genres including indie, dreampop, pop, acoustic, soul and shoegaze, but his fans often communicate that his tracks are ‘chilled’ and ‘good vibes’.

A self examination takes place, while hitting the rainbow of emotions from confusion to hate. But things get better. Love prevails.

Will is currently working with his team to pursue licensing and sync deals worldwide after a good global reception with his vast collection of different musical styles.


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