New Music Of The Day: Whilk & Misky – All By Myself (NME premiere)

Whilk and Misky, aka Nima and Charlie, met in a Shoreditch diner in 2012. Since then, they’ve moved in together, started making music and begun honing their electro-indie sound.

New single ‘All By Myself’ is angling for a spot as your anthem of the summer.


The duo said about the track: “For us, ‘All by Myself’ is about losing yourself in a party, going wild with no embarrassment or inhibitions, being with your friends but being with yourself first and foremost. Ya dig?.”

We’re not sure we quite dig, but we like the tune. It’s dead catchy. And sounds even better in the sunshine.


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