New York-based countified indie rock musician Sam Evian will be releasing his debut album You, Forever through Saddle Creek on June 1st - and he seems to be pretty hyped about it. With two singles having been previously released, 'Health Machine' and 'IDGAF', he's now unleashed a couple more to give the final push of excitement.

The simplistic 'Country' does exactly what it says: takes you on an open road with an acoustic ditty that shines with reflections of the sun glinting off passing vehicles. 'You, Forever' is the beating title track of the album, full of heart and professions of dedication to another in tough times - it's a true beauty, which surprisingly came from Evian hitting his head.

“A few years back, I had a prolific week of writing after I fell on some icy concrete and smacked my head on a steel grate. I’m sure I sustained some sort of concussion, which left me feeling pretty lucid. I had been thinking about Bowie a lot, and decided to try and write something with a 'Rock and Roll Suicide' kinda vibe. ‘You, Forever' just tumbled out of my head, lyrics, melody and all. It was kind of stream of consciousness, which is rare for me. I shelved the song and forgot about it, but dug it out when I was preparing to make this record. It was exciting to sing the words again. They felt more potent than I remembered, but still had the charm of a nice head injury. ‘If you're anxious, If you're worn, if you're keeping to yourself on the telephone’ …who isn’t?”

Check out both below.

Sam Evian is in the UK right now, so catch him if you can at these dates:

Fri. May 18 – Brighton, UK @ The Great Escape
Sat. May 19 – Bristol, UK @ Rough Trade
Mon. May 21 – Birmingham, UK @ Hare and Hounds
Tue. May 22 – London, UK @ The Islington
Thu. May 24 – Glasgow, UK @ The Hug and Pint
Fri. May 25 – Leeds, UK @ Brudenell Social Club
Sat. May 26 – Manchester, UK @ Albert Hall