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Toronto’s Nutrients’ share 90’s dance-pop-influenced single ‘Nauseous’

Toronto-based outfit Nutrients have shared a video for their new single “Nauseous.”

The retro track comes from their freshly announced forthcoming album, Different Bridges, out August 5th via Earth Libraries. “Nauseous” is a groovy dance-worthy anthem, packed with pulsing melodies and silky vocal lines. The accompanying video sees the band performing beneath rose-tinted lights.

“‘Nauseous’ was influenced by 90’s dance-pop, which can be heard in the bass and keyboard parts, but also 80’s Japanese city pop, which can be heard in the sax and guitar performances,” songwriter Taylor Teeple explains.

Watch the video for “Nauseous” below.
 


 
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.

In addition to “Nauseous,” Different Bridges features the previously released “Window Seat.” “Window Seat” marked their first new music since the release of a series of homemade tapes from 2016 to 2018 and a few early albums.

Check out the tracklist for Different Bridges below or pre-order it here.
 

Different Bridgers 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”

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