CAVETOWN is among artists releasing new albums during the coronavirus lockdown. Sleepyhead, released this month, was preceded by the indie pop singer’s new single Sweet Tooth.

Cavetown wrote, recorded, mixed and mastered his major label debut album entirely in the bedroom of his London apartment, the 11-song collection including fan favourites Things That Make It Warm, Feb 14 and Telescope.

Cavetown set out to distil his energy and Sleepyhead into what really moves his fans: the songs themselves, occasionally light-hearted, largely poignant - but always authentically him.

He said: “Ultimately, everyone has the same struggles when we boil it down, even if the details are different. That’s what I’m trying to get across with my music. It’s basically just me telling myself what I need to hear.”

Since launching Cavetown at the age 14, the singer – real name Robin Skinner – has racked up 250 million plays at Spotify and 1.15 million YouTube subscribers. He filled his YouTube channel with day-in-the-life, behind-the-scenes vignettes and covers that allowed fans a barrier-free inside look at his life.

Coupled with his original, self-recorded music, Skinner’s unassuming-yet-captivating personality took the internet by storm.