HomeNew ReleasesAlbum StreamsToronto jangle-pop band Nutrients release new album 'Different Bridges'

Toronto jangle-pop band Nutrients release new album ‘Different Bridges’

Toronto jangle-pop outfit Nutrients have shared their new album, Different Bridges, out now via Earth Libraries.

The sunny 10-track album channels an optimistic sound. From the jazzy, lounge-pop sound of “Nauseous” to the vivacious closing track “Kool Kat ’22,” Different Bridges weaves in and out of genres with ease.

Alongside the album, Nutrients have shared a video for the funky title track. The video fits the fun, retro track perfectly, as it follows Nutrients on a series of “Different Bridges” beneath hazy, nostalgic effects.

Watch the video for “Different Bridges” and stream the album below.


Different Bridges Tracklist:

01 – “Different Bridges”
02 – “I”
03 – “Nauseous”
04 – “How the Breeze Felt”
05 – “The Dolphin”
06 – “Window Seat”
07 – “Long Walk on the Beach”
08 – “House Fire Painting”
09 – “Nausea”
10 – “Kool Kat ’22”
“After releasing a series of homemade tapes from 2016 to 2018 and early albums released on beloved Birmingham, Alabama label, Earth Libraries, the band is today returning for the first time in the 20s,” a press release explains. “Having spent the pandemic mining for fresh and forgotten sounds alongside a new member in multi-instrumentalist Ben Fukuzawa. The fruits of their labor are proudly on display with this new single, ‘The Dolphin.’ Teeple and Hunter’s guitars, once the center of attention, are overshadowed on this release by McKee’s basslines, Ciobanu’s ghostly harmonies, and Fukuzawa’s steady cadence.”

Different Bridges features previously released singles “The Dolphin,” “How the Breeze Felt,” “Nauseous,” and “Window Seat.”

In addition to primary songwriter Teeple, Nutrients features pianist Iulia Ciobanu, bassist Sean McKee, and guitarist Will Hunter. Their music recalls the sound of acts like TOPS, Andy Shauf, and Steely Dan. Previously, Nutrients have opened for acts like Luna Li and Jaunt. They’ve also performed at Boise’s Treefort Festival, and since then have grown their following and their sound.

Most Popular