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ABHI THE NOMAD SETS UP NEXT PROJECT WITH ‘HOUSE OF CLOCKS’

Abhi The Nomad makes a stunning introduction into 2019 today with ‘House Of Clocks’. Taken from his upcoming project ‘Modern Trash’, the collaboration with Harrison Sands is a forward thinking hip-hop jam with an undeniable unique slant. Speaking on the track, Abhi states:

 “House of Clocks is about owning the consequences for your actions, as humans. It’s not anti-religion so much as a recognition that only we as people can save ourselves, and stop destroying the planet. Plus, we’re running out of time to fix mistakes.”

LISTEN TO ‘HOUSE OF CLOCKS’ HERE & HERE

Abhi The Nomad makes a stunning introduction into 2019 today with ‘House Of Clocks’. Taken from his upcoming project ‘Modern Trash’, the collaboration with Harrison Sands is a forward thinking hip-hop jam with an undeniable unique slant. Speaking on the track, Abhi states:

 “House of Clocks is about owning the consequences for your actions, as humans. It’s not anti-religion so much as a recognition that only we as people can save ourselves, and stop destroying the planet. Plus, we’re running out of time to fix mistakes.”

The ‘ Modern Trash’ album is set to hit in October of this year, with the India born artist set to embark on ‘The Modern Trash Tour’ from mid October to mid November, see all dates HERE.

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