OUTLYA follow up ‘Volcano’ EP with ‘White Light’ track


OUTLYA return with the release of their new single ‘White Light’ through Closer Recordings via Virgin EMI – and you can listen to it now on the Fantasy Premier League playlist.

Written by Will Bloomfield (OUTLYA), Jim Irvin and Max Mcelligott (Max Wolfgang) and produced by Dan Grech-Marguerat (Liam Gallagher, Tom Grennan, Radiohead, The Vaccines), ‘White Light’ is an indie-pop tour de force, embodying OUTLYA’s knack for creating a killer hook and an even catchier chorus that demands to be sung along to.

Having released their latest EP ‘Volcano’ in October, to a rapturous response amassing over 1.5 million Spotify streams and picking up radio support from BBC Introducing and Radio X, not to mention a sold out headline show at London’s Camden Assembly, OUTLYA will head out on an extensive headline UK tour in March 2018.

Over the course of last year OUTLYA released taster tracks ‘Howl’, ‘Heaven’, ‘Higher’ and ‘The Light’ – all of which gained support from numerous online tastemakers including The Line of Best Fit, DIY Magazine, CLASH, Wonderland Magazine, All Things Go, The Tipping Point, Red Bull Music, God Is In The TV as well as featuring on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist.

OUTLYA have been touring extensively, including support slots with Norwegian pop princess Dagny, Pharell’s protégé Maggie Rogers at Brixton Electric, Bad Sounds at Scala and Gabrielle Aplin not to mention UK tours with Frances and Dan Croll.

The trio have also performed at a number of festivals including The Great Escape, Bushstock, Barn on the Farm, Latitude, Y NotStandon, Kendal Calling, and Reading & Leeds.

OUTLYA (pronounced Outlier) are: Will Bloomfield (lead vocals, keys), Willem Olenski (guitar and backing vocals) and Henry Kilmister (drums and backing vocals)


Sport Playlists bring you the best sport music playlists, all in one place, easy to follow on SpotifyDeezer and other shareable platforms. Give the playlists a spin, and don’t forget to follow us on Spotify and Deezer.