The third instalment of the highly anticipated career from Watford rocker Louis Antoniou is set to be released this weekend. You Ain’t the Girl is a follow up to the cult classic BadApple which gained rave reviews on the London circuit and its release comes almost a year after the first single.

First release of an exciting year ahead

The new song tells a story which is about a falling out on a night out, something most listeners would be able to relate to as he sings of jealousy and arguments resulting from alcohol.

Part of Antoniou’s appeal to his fans is his ability to reflect on past experiences in everyday life, something his fans admire greatly.

The I Don’t Want No More Woes crooner said: “Songwriting is an art. It’s a way of telling your story and admitting feelings without fear of being judged. I’m all too aware of the struggles both men and women have confronting their feelings, particularly in a relationship, but singing allows me to express thoughts and feelings I wouldn’t have been able to tell my friends and family.

“The new single is certainly more of a story than the previous release – which was far more successful than any of us could have imagined - but I hope the fans find it just as catchy and enjoy it as much, if not more as the first one.”

Just the start

Antoniou recently announced this release is the first of five new anticipated releases in 2018.

The singer recently explained he felt comfortable recording all his new Music at the Crypt Studios with his bandmates, who appear with him at every concert and festival.

Despite the lengthy wait for new music for fans of the 24-year-old, Antoniou has been far from off the radar. The charismatic musician has been popping up all over the country at various festivals including Nottingham’s Y Not Festival and Dot to Dot, where he appeared alongside nationwide stars Stormzy and Example.

A year to remember

2017 also saw Antoniou’s live television debut, performing at Dingwalls in Camden as the band bid to win a recording contract, which certainly made the onlookers within the industry stand up and take notice.

Booked in for festivals and club appearances in London and also in the Midlands, the unique sound of the indie rocker has certainly made him an attraction to event organisers and promoters alike.

Antoniou has promised the world, and the world certainly expects.

You Ain’t The Girl by Louis Antoniou is available on Spotify, iTunes and YouTube. The first live performance is on Saturday in Stoke Newington at Ryans N16.