Nathan Ball Helps Us Do Self-Diagnosis From An Outsider’s Perspective With “Drifting”

“I can see that you’re not right”

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If you were to do a self-diagnosis, make sure you add Nathan Ball’s “Drifting” and wine into the equation. The British singer takes us into a warm, gentle soundscape where the glimmering guitar chords and tense silence provides a soothing atmosphere that gives mental clarity. Nathan does not necessarily share his own self-judgment from his perspective, but from the perspective of an outsider. It is a gentler and far more rational way of diagnosing yourself. Also, if you don’t want to assess your life, the moodiness of the track provides a quiet comfort that can be applied to chill sessions. You drift from one way to another:

“It’s a really personal song about self-reflection, exploring the idea of seeing yourself through someone else’s eyes, knowing something isn’t right but feeling there’s nothing you can do about it” shared Nathan.

The rising British artist has already amassed 3 million Spotify streams in a short amount of time and played at major festivals in London. Speaking of live shows, he has some coming up:

10/19 – Bush Hall (London, UK)

11/17 – Tonhalle (Düsseldorf, Germany)

11/18 – Carl Benz Arena (Stuttgart, Germany)

11/19 – Bitterzoet (Amsterdam, Netherlands)