The brand new single from Nathan Graham is stuffed with soothing grooves and soulful character. ‘Somebody Else’ is brilliantly crafted music, an ideal automobile for Graham’s memorable, timeless vocal. Accompanied by Cody Messick on rhythm guitar, bass from John MacNeil and Ian Tsan on drums, Graham delivers a textured, absorbing track, a spotlight of which is Graham’s winding, mellow solo midway by way of. The properly shot video provides us a way of what it was prefer to be a part of rehearsing and recording within the studio.
Graham says of the track: “‘Somebody Else’ will not be a relationship track. Properly, not within the conventional means. I wrote this to personify the connection between an individual and their artwork and the success they want to have in it. It’s that pull to maintain going and in the future you’ll meet up with your goals. ‘Sick of ready in your name’ performs on the outdated saying of ‘when success calls will you reply it?’ Chasing a dream can generally really feel like chasing an individual that leads you on.”
The Chicago singer-songwriter has opened for acts like Ben Harper, Lucinda Williams and The Wallflowers and, as he steadily builds a fanbase and positive aspects recognition, he’s hoping to alter folks’s perceptions of what a singer-songwriter might be. Graham explains: “When folks hear ‘singer-songwriter,’ they usually consider any individual who’s white, middle-aged, male. However greats like Smokey Robinson, Luther Vandross, Lauryn Hill and even J. Cole should be reframed as part of the style simply as a lot as somebody like Bob Dylan. They’re doing it another way, however they’re doing the identical precise factor: they’re utilizing their voice to inform a narrative.” The album is populated by such tales of life, love, remorse and heartbreak.
That is the second single from ‘Saint of Second Possibilities’, Nathan’s debut album, which is due out on twentieth October 2023. Test it out.
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