Home / News / Blanco White Premieres New Song ‘Nocturne’

Blanco White Premieres New Song ‘Nocturne’

Blanco White has shared new song “Nocturne,” a sweetly eerie illumination of faraway landscapes and flowing emotion. Driven by the haunting howl and entrancing musical instincts that earned this rising English artist an international following, “Nocturne” initiates a string of singles to come this summer.

The rising English artist has only two EPs to his name, but has already earned over 40 million streams, sold out shows in NYC, Amsterdam, London, Groningen and Switzerland.

Blanco White says of the song, “For me, Nocturne is a very visual song. The lyrics are mostly descriptive and were drawn from memories and images of night that felt triggered by the chords and feel of the music when I first played it. Written late after not enough sleep, I wanted to communicate a feeling of delirium throughout the song whilst at the same time exploring the surreal clarity and otherworldly colours of night in a remote place.”


Blanco White is the solo project of Londoner, Josh Edwards. Having studied guitar in Cádiz, Spain and charango in Sucre, Bolivia, Edwards blends elements of Latin American and Andalusian music with influences closer to home. The result is beyond exotic; it’s otherworldly. He released his self-produced debut EP The Wind Rose on Yucatan Records in early 2016. He recorded his second EP Colder Heavens later that same year, with producer Ian Grimble (Bear’s Den, Matt Corby, Daughter), and released it last spring to critical delight.


May 17 | The Great Escape, Brighton

November 13 | Village Underground, London

November 11 | Bitterzoet, Amsterdam

November 16 | Botanique, Brussels

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

Check Also

Mother Yeti Release New Music Video For “My Best Please”

We know for sure that Mother Yeti was first spotted around 2012 at the very edge of …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.