Michael Nau + Special Guests

The Greys, Brighton.


Melting Vinyl presents...
Michael Nau
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With his successful debut album out last year on Full Time Hobby 'Mowing', Maryland-based singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Michael Nau already returns with his second offering, 'Some Twist'. A new collection of twelve songs represents some of his most sharp and moving work to date, he crafts an enticing mix of psychedelic and folk-influenced indie-pop.

While last year’s Mowing and its standout single ‘Love Survive’ can be viewed as commercial and critical successes for Nau, it was the act of putting the album out to begin with that was perhaps the biggest victory. After veering away from two different outfits he had fronted in the mid-to-late aughts (Page France and Cotton Jones) Nau had spent an a good deal of time overthinking his next move to a semi-paralyzing degree.

Upon the urging of others around him, Nau did eventually put Mowing together and saw fans and the critical community alike respond in 2016. Shortly thereafter, the uplifting single ‘Love Survive’ caught the attention of various BBC Radio DJs & programmers leading to an extended run of airplay that has spread to a brand new audience throughout Europe.

But Nau is resisting the urge to fall into the same habit of tinkering for too long again. Some Twist was recorded just after Mowing saw its release in Europe, wrapping it up in early January 2017. February saw Michael debut some of the new material live on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic. The album’s first single ‘Good Thing’ recently released is a driving flurry of introspection laid within a piano and fuzz arrangement.

Some Twist out via Full Time Hobby, splits its time between feeling both energized and unhurried, while featuring the same penetrating songwriting that has led fans to latch onto Nau since he arrived.

“His masterful instinct for arrangement, along with his reedy voice, earns Nau a place in the rock’n’roll underdogs’ Hall of Fame”. - Pitchfork