New single & video available now
Emerging songwriter and genre-bending alternative artist Levi Evans is excited to present the music video for his new single, “No Good.” Directed by Evans and featuring an appearance by Muttlee, “No Good” offers up yet another stylistic curveball from the young musician who is continuing to experiment with moods and textures for his growing fanbase.
“Unapologetically juvenile with a beat that hits like shrapnel, sometimes you just gotta go stupid,” Evans shares.
“No Good” follows the release of “Bug Bite,” a druggy and atmospheric, R&B-heavy track that features an impressive guest appearance by the popular Dublin-born/London-based vocalist Lucy McWilliams. Directed by Rosie Barrett and filmed in the Irish capital, “Bug Bite” finds the pair singing about a precarious infatuation that blossoms after one too many.
As the son of U2 guitarist The Edge, Evans grew up surrounded by music. From a young age he explored a diverse range of unconventional instruments while also studying piano and guitar. The music he creates has a sophisticated simplicity that makes it easy to connect with and be moved by. He writes lyrics in a unique voice, delivered with articulate phrasing that reflects his natural swing. Songwriting is his way of processing his experiences, serving as a mirror and a window — an insight and outlet to the way he moves through the world — a kind of contemporary poetic social commentary about the universal struggles and joyful abandonment of our times.
Launching his artist project in August 2021, Evans has already received spins on Elton John’s Sirius XM show, BBC2 from both Jack Saunders and Jo Whiley, and has gained support from Spotify (New Music Friday, New Music Friday UK, License to Chill, Alternative Beats, The New Alt, New Noise, Fresh Finds UK) and Apple (Breaking Alternative, New In Alternative, New In Indie).