Independent alternative music act The Nomadic released its latest single this week.
The group, founded and fronted by former United Nations employee Robert Gaylard, debuted its new single ‘Beyond Blue’ Friday. The song’s debut comes more than two months after the debut of its then latest single ‘Waiting.’ Gaylard debuted the ‘Waiting’ video on May 9.
Prior to the debut of ‘Waiting’ and ‘Beyond Blue,’ Gaylard debuted another single, ‘Drifting,’ Sept. 2. The single’s video debuted the same day.
The musical arrangement at the center of ‘Beyond Blue’ is a work that will appeal to fans of similar acts, such as Train, John Mayer and Five For Fighting. It is grounded in Gaylard’s vocal delivery, its steady timekeeping and its equally subtle organ line.
The gentle nature in the song’s arrangement serves to help translate the emotion exhibited in the song’s lyrical theme, which Gaylard discussed in a recent interview.
“Beyond Blue” is about being there for someone – a friend, a lover, a family member, going through a tough time mentally, be it sadness, isolation, depression, PTSD; it is about letting them know that ‘this too shall pass’ and there is always a space to talk, and that someone has been through what you are going through now, that there is ‘nothing new under the sun,” he said. “That with the help of friends and family, the moment will surely pass, and you will be taken “Beyond Blue.” We hope fans of The Nomadic will love the song!”
‘Beyond Blue’ is available to stream and download here.
According to information provided about the single’s debut, Gaylard also has plans to release the singles, ‘Manhattan View,’ Walk The Streets,’ ‘Grand Mistakes’ and ‘Under a Georgia Sky’ as the year progresses.
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