Vigilante live in lockdown
Nathan’s Brother purposely creates songs that are not ‘larger than life’ but rather have the intimacy of a band performing in your living room. Starting of as a guitar and bass guitar player doing more and more vocals and occasionally using the piano to write songs, this eclectic musician from Haarlem in The Netherlands eventually took up drum and vocal lessons to become a true one-man-band. ‘One-man’ because every discipline, (including writing, recording and production) is taken on as such but still deserving of the moniker ‘band’ because every instrument is played like a focused band member often recorded in a period in which that given instrument was rehearsed exclusively and tirelessly. Nathan’s Brother’s debut album ‘Spot On’ is therefore a true rendition of the music inside a single man’s head without being over-discussed and averaged out by multiple people wanting to have a say, making it a collection of truly refreshing tunes that sonically explore the territory between Alt-Country, Brit-Folk-Rock and Indie-Pop.
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