Nathan Zarowny Releases New Single, “when the lights go out”

Nathan Zarowny

Singer/Songwriter Nathan Zarowny just released a new single, “when the lights go out.” Check out the full track and review below!

About Nathan Zarowny

Nathan Zarowny is a singer-songwriter from Alberta, Canada. Since 2020 he has been creating original music as an independent artist. His goal this year is to finish writing a debut EP set to release in the second half of 2023. In Nathans’s music, you will hear him write about his personal experiences throughout his life, while incorporating experimental alt pop sounds that are interesting yet still current.

On a typical day, you can catch him playing the guitar, writing in his bedroom, and looking for inspiration from his favorite artists such as Phoebe Bridgers, Billie Eilish, and The Weekend.

Previous Releases

Nathan dropped his debut single, “Why,” in 2020 and the song has since gained over 200k collective streams. In 2021, he dropped four songs, such as “Sad Boy,” and “What We Go (Is Over),” which have both hit over 100k streams. He is currently writing a debut EP, set to release in the second half of 2023.

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Review

The new track is beautifully done. The lyrics are smart and are highly relatable. The backing track and instrumentals are both compelling and pair well with his vocals. He has one of my favorite voices that I have heard since I started MOTR. His tone and delivery is something special. That production is also top notch. A genuine artist is someone who can move you with their music. Someone who can leave you speechless and inspired, all at the same time. That is exactly what Nathan has done here. He has proven with the new track, that he is a force to be reckoned with. Make sure to add this one to your playlists.


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