Singer/songwriter, Lewis Watson has released his second EP, “Another Four Sad Songs” this week.

Oxford-born Lewis has drawn favourable comparisons to Ben Howard and caused a stir when his debut EP, “It’s Got 4 Sad Songs On It BTW” topped the iTunes Singer/Songwriter Chart on the day of its release.

Lewis recorded his debut EP in just three days with the help of his former music teacher, Joe Porter.

New EP, “Another Four Sad Songs” displays Lewis’ talent as a songwriter with an intimate and emotive set of songs that include his unique take on Bombay Bicycle Club’s “Lamplight”.

Lewis’ popularity skyrocketed thanks to social network, Twitter when he became a global trending topic following the release of his debut offering and his stint on Zane Lowe’s Radio 1 show.

A forthcoming tour that kicks off later this month sees Lewis Watson lend support to Kodaline at Manchester’s Night & Day (26th Nov), London’s Hoxton Bar & Kitchen (27th) and Sebright Arms in London (28th), The Button Factory in Dublin (2nd Dec) and Belfast’s McHugh’s (3rd Dec) before a homecoming gig in Oxford on 8th December as part of BBC Introducing.

“Another Four Sad Songs” is available now.