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The worst time to start a new music project was probably in 2019. Just as you got ready to unleash your sound, the entire world collectively went into hibernation for practically a year. (Unless you’re somehow reading this from New Zealand, in which case I hope you’re having a wonderful time. Lucky sods.) For us in the North East, we have had to remain cautiously optimistic. Our music scene might have felt competitively sleepy, but like a swan gliding across a lake, our feet have been desperately paddling to stay afloat.

Nomad Anthem are amongst those artists doing their absolute best to prepare us for the next wave of new music. Unfortunately formed right before the pandemic hit, they haven’t been dissuaded from their dreams: they’re one of those bands who actually put out music in the ‘uncertain times’. They show no signs of slowing down for 2021, having already dropped one single in January with another hot on its heels this month. What’s more, new track Good Intentions lives up to its name with collabs from other North East bands One Million Motors, Tired of Fighting and Filthy Filthy, culminating in a pop punk exploration of dysfunctional relationships that serves as unintentional couples therapy. How’s that for nominative determinism?

Nomad Anthem release Good Intentions on 7th May


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