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PREMIERE: Nicholas Roberts Release New Music Video For “The Rest Of Our Lives”

As another week almost comes to an end, we are proud to join forces with Nicholas Roberts for the premiere of his new music video for the single “The Rest Of Our Lives”, a sweet song/video about love with a sound reminiscent of groups like Take That, Bon Iver and even Death Cab For Cutie. The eponymous album comes out on February 26th.

In the world of folk pop, artists are flooding into Nashville to try to tap into the wealth of industry opportunities in the Music City. In the case of Nicholas Roberts, the opposite is true. After his previous band broke up, Nicholas decided to depart Nashville for Orlando, FL in order to find a breath of fresh air and inspiration. And find that inspiration, he did! His new single, “The Rest Of Our Lives,” from the full length of the same name, is a gorgeous song that floats wistfully across the screen and speakers, tapping into some of the finest elements of personal songwriting.

The writing, recording, and arranging of The Rest Of Our Lives LP took place throughout 2015 in Roberts’ studio apartment, the public library, and coffee shops throughout Orlando. It was a personal journey, but when it came time to put the finishing touches, he put his trust in the hands of Stephen Turney (Humming House, Dave Rawlings Machine) for mixing and Jeff Lipton and Maria Rice for mastering (Bon Iver, Andrew Bird).

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