Aussie artist Harry Nathan cuts mercilessly through our generational epidemic to fake for the sake of self-promo in new single “Frontin Me,” a nocturnal anthem that has a lo-fi fluidity to it with the bounciness of disco. The song was born out of randomness and Harry’s own subconscious allergy towards fakers, which we can relate to in so many levels. Then video was shot at Harry’s place in LA and features his friends Odeya Rush, Ryan Lee, and Christian Valderrama:
On his new song, Harry shared: “The song was recorded into a 1984 SONY M-10 microcassette recorder. I wasn’t really sure what I was singing, I was just jamming and mumbling, stream of consciousness kind of thing. When entering this kind of trance, my lyrics tend to reflect unsurfaced emotions, and it wasn’t until after I had finished recording that I realised the song was about people that are fake, putting up a façade trying to impress all the time.”
“Frontin Me” is from Harry’s upcoming sophomore EP, which he’ll be sharing more details soon.
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