Henry Nowhere Captures The Uncomfortably Satisfying Depths Of Human Bond In “Uneasy”

A lush, lo-fi trip

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California artist Henry Nowhere take us mind wandering in a lo-fi, lush soundscape of fizzy synths with his latest single “Uneasy” where he explores the depths of human bond. The track radiates the wistful and optimistic charm we experience from formin a genuine human connection. Utilizing elements of 70s, “Uneasy” has the hazy riffage of a laidback guitar pop that is moodily uplifting. Stream below:

In regards to the track, Henry explained that it’s about the “value of anticipation. It’s great to be left wanting more–to have one person that you’re really excited about as opposed to swarms of faces and surface conversations that never cut you too deep. Stay hungry and a little uneasy.”

“Uneasy” is from Henry’s EP Not Going Back, which is out now and can be streamed blow: