This article was published in 2016.

Give Me Something is Oliver's second release, and was produced by Mickey Dale at his Cellar of Dreams Studio in Bradford, West Yorkshire. Give Me Something is available to buy digitally and physically from Friday 16th September.

Oliver Pinder is an English singer-songwriter, born in Bradford. He recently moved to Sandal, Wakefield. After relentlessly playing his local music scene in West Yorkshire, Pinder was was taken under wing by Mickey Dale of Embrace who went on to produce his debut EP. Oliver dark lyrics and melodies highlight the sensitivities of today's youth, drawing on deeply personal experiences and acute observational reflections. 'Give Me Something' talks about the feelings that someone may feel during a hard patch of their life.

In recent months Oliver has taken time to do a great deal of writing, recording, co-writing for other peoples releases while studying for his GCSE's. Oliver may only be a teenager, but his songs would make you believe otherwise.

Oliver plays Oporto in Leeds on the 23rd November, tickets are available from SeeTickets.

Other dates:
28th September - The Wardrobe, Leeds (supporting Benjamin Francis Leftwich)
16th October - Shuttle Shuffle Festival, Bradford
4th November - The Exchange, Keighley (supporting Lucas Watt)

Give Me Something is out now.