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Pop Nathan Ball

Nathan Ball

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Following his headline European Tour in December, which included a sold-out London gig at Asylum Chapel, Nathan headed to Australia where he is currently supporting Ziggy Alberts on a 24 date sold-out tour.

Splitting his time between Cornwall and London, Nathan finds inspiration in the outdoors, and much of his material is connected to his surroundings. “It’s where I write best; by the sea, in the mountains, in the woods. I love being totally immersed in nature so naturally those themes find their way into the music. I love being in the ocean – just being in it, and feeling totally insignificant. It’s a reminder of the order of things.”

Nathan’s work fuses two chief loves – classic song writing and an eagerness to experiment and push sonic boundaries. Perhaps unexpectedly, he finds inspiration in left-field house music. “I love the way it makes you feel – it’s euphoric, but sad, introverted but expressive. I love that darker side of the genre”.

Nathan’s break-out singles, ‘Right Place’ and ‘Drifting’, boast almost 5 million Spotify streams between them, and were acclaimed by tastemakers like the Line of Best Fit and Clash. His songs cross traditional boundaries of indie, folk and electronica, the universal thread being Nathan’s emotive and magnetic voice.