Brighton’s Nature TV are all geared up to take over the airwaves. With their 2019 EP ‘Emotion Sickness’ receiving praise from the likes of DIY, Clash, and The Line Of Best Fit, the sky’s the limit for the indie-pop group.
And, with the release of their new single, “Hometown“, the first track off their upcoming EP Lady Luck, Nature TV prove that the hype is justified.
And what can I say? It’s pure bliss. I hear influences such as Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, nostalgic 70’s vibes as well as a whole mix of catchy twists and turns.
When it comes to lyrics, frontman Guy Bangham describes “Hometown” as about being “aware of problems or changes in your own life and wanting to fix those issues but, because you’re stuck in your way, things just go the same as always. It’s also about thinking or hoping that other people have changed, but deep down knowing they never really will so you’re just reliving the past over and over and never moving forward.”
“Hometown” is simply a perfect indie-pop track, and I can’t recommend it enough.