One year after we last spoke to Zoey Lily on the occasion of the release of her single and music video, friend, the dreamy alt-pop riser now presents her new EP, Too Many Nights. Being a stunning illumination of her Anglo-French cultural blend and destined to be the soundtrack to a Parisian-inspired coming-of-age film, its lead track, not responsible comes along with a music video directed by herself. This song will instantly transport you to a sunny afternoon by the Seine, sipping on a martini and realizing that you don't need your deadbeat ex.
“I wanted viewers to really get a sense of my personality and artistic direction so I wrote the treatment, co-directed and edited it myself taking inspiration from short films and a Parisian aesthetic,” Zoey Lily replied when we asked about her single friend. The London riser continues to shape her musical project and reflect her creative universe through music and image, now with her just-released 6-track EP, Too Many Nights. From the aforementioned lead track not responsible to stay, white lies or dancing on my own, this new release is a whimsical journey through her mind and emotions.

Guiding us through romantic relationships, friendships, existential fragility, and loss, over the course of seventeen minutes, she unveils this project after having played sold-out headline shows across London, including O2 Academy Islington, The Waiting Room, and BBC Introducing's Summer By The River series. “When the rest of the world is asleep, I feel most connected to myself and find comfort in my own solitude. Too Many Nights is the story of my late-night thoughts and feelings. A mirror of my own reflection. My journey of growing and learning to love myself,” she says.