Refreshing, uplifting, beautiful and deep are just a few words that spring to mind while listening to newest tracks by Nate Campany – country/pop/folk singer/songwriter extraordinaire.
Nate Campany Album Review: The Only Bridge I Need
Singles on the forthcoming album, The Only Bridge I Need, include ‘Stockholm, Paris, New York’, ‘Shown’, ‘Is This the End’ and personal favourite ‘I Could Sing’. The collection is truly mesmerising – this is an album you can’t help but stop whatever it is you’re doing and simply listen. The lyrics are wise but not overpowering and melodies are relaxing yet punchy enough to keep you from falling fast asleep.
Forget, for a second, digitalised beats – this album takes it back to the basics, expect real instruments and raw talent.
After reviewing the album just once, I’ve found myself humming various Nate Campany tracks throughout the day – on my to work, on my break, in my sleep – well not quite but you get the picture. With such strong songs, it’s amazing Nate Campany has yet to the big time. Although, taking a look at this guy’s history, the Brooklyn-based singer has written tracks for the likes of, surprisingly, The Backstreet Boys (just to clarify Nate’s new songs sound nothing like ‘Backstreets Back’), Grammy-nominated Brandon Heath and multi-million-selling The Click Five.
Nate Campany Album Review: Release and Tour Dates
The new album, The Only Bridge I Need, is due for release 1st June and also features Nate’s talented band – The Serenade.
Nate Campany will also be playing in hotspots up and down the country, including London’s Shoreditch venue, 333 Motherbar (29th May) and Bath’s Port Cellar, as part of the Bath Art Festival (30th May). More dates to be announced.