Alfie Templeman, at just 18, is a rising international star who writes, self-produces and performs his songs with a maturity far beyond his years. This boy wunderkind already has four EPs to his name and an encyclopedic knowledge of music history that some veteran artists would envy. The UK-born teen has already cemented his place as one of indie-pop's brightest lights with over 50 million streams to date. Templeman now has his eye on the future with Forever Isn't Long Enough, a brand-new collection of songs. The mini-album opens on the thrilling rhythms of "Shady" - produced by Tom McFarland from Jungle. From there, you'll be hooked, whether to the strut of "Wait, I Lied" (with nods to Gnarls Barkley and Justin Timberlake), or the gleaming "To You", which recalls the sound of The Weeknd's chart-dominating 2019 album, After Hours.