Tommy Newport, a musician born in Manchester and now living in Kansas, grew up moving frequently. First, he left the U.K at a young age for the U.S., then he went to Texas, and eventually landed in the Midwest. It was in Kansas where he honed his musical proclivities, learning to play guitar and create songs using a computer he saved up to buy for himself. Now, at 21, he has released Ultra Mango, the juicy and groovy follow-up to his cult-following worthy debut album Just to Be Ironic. He describes the EP as an exploration of youth and the growing pains of being a 20-something—and the music sounds and makes the body move just like that. It only makes sense that Newport’s music has appeared in a handful of edgy shows like The Sinner, Search Party, and Expecting Amy.