The Nomadic debuted its latest single this week.
The group, founded by Robert Gaylard, debuted its new single ‘Manhattan View‘ Friday. The song is the act’s fourth single. It follows the release of the songs ‘Drifting,’ ‘Waiting‘ and most recently, ‘Beyond Blue.’
The musical arrangement at the center of ‘Manhattan View’ is a light, airy work founded in its piano line. Separate, subtle guitar and bass lines (and apparent harp, too) join with Gaylard’s equally gentle vocal delivery to make the song appealing to fans of acts, such as Train, Peter Cincotti, and Jamie Cullum.
The song’s lyrical theme will leave listeners with a positive feeling, too, according to Gaylard.
“The song is my ode to New York, a city that has become like a second home to me, where there is something magical in the air, something so amazingly creative that you feel like absolutely anything is possible!,” he said.
‘Manhattan View’ is just the latest single that Gaylard had plans to release. He also has plans to release the singles, ‘Walk The Streets,’ ‘Grand Mistakes’ and ‘Under a Georgia Sky’ as the year progresses.
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