Will Linley has shared his debut EP Kill All My Feelings, a snapshot of the last two years, alongside the video for the title track.

The EP is, as he explains, an insight in to his mind over recent times.  “The ‘kill all my feelings’ EP is a snapshot into my mind over the last 2 years and is an amalgamation of different sounds, feelings, and emotions,” Will Linley explains, “When putting this EP together I tried my best to never fall into ‘one sound’ for all my songs. I’ve tried to cover a variety of different genres throughout this project. Although each song has its own unique world, they somehow all fit together as a cohesive body of work, and that is why I love it so much. This EP is a part of my heart that I’m giving to the world and I’m so excited for everyone to hear it.”

The title track to the EP is accompanied by a video directed by Iris Kim.  On the title track and video, the 20-year-old South African songwriter and musician shares, “kill all my feelings is such a special song to me.  The way it came to be was so natural and easy, it kind of fell into our laps! I wrote it with my friend John Samual over zoom about a year ago and to this day it’s one of my favourite songs to perform live.”

Will’s 2021 debut single miss me (when you’re gone) has racked up more than 15 million global streams, over a million YouTube views, 5 million+ TikTok views, and has been used over 5,000 times on the platform since its release in November. The hit track topped the charts reaching number 1 on 6 stations across South Africa. His highly-anticipated follow-up singles wrong time and i don’t wanna be yours are currently in the Top 20 on the South African radio charts.

image of Will Linley courtesy Abongwe Booi