Damien Nash | Perched

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by Damien Nash

Start with rhythmic, guitar-based melodies, add some catchy lyrics, passionate vocals and memorable riffs, sprinkle with blues, soul and rock to finish. One well-baked EP ready for your enjoyment.
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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1. Let Me Try
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2. Perched
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3. Mechanical Love
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4. Julz
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5. Movie Scenes
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Perched, the debut EP by Irish musician Damien Nash.


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story song-writing
Having came across the music of Damien Nash I rediscovered the art of songwriting. Every song tells a meaningful story that you want to listen over and over again, trying to find a connections with your own self, and furthermore find it in the biography of the creator. Bring some more to life, Damien Nash!


timeless sound
I love the fact the single is like the same and still different to this Ep, The sound is like something you would hear in the 1940's or 50's, like something that hasn't gone out of fashion. Let me Try is my favourite with that do-bopping kind of beat! Then Movie Scenes is very haunting and Its refreshing to hear a different sound to each track and still have them roll into each other so nicely. He has proven to be a great find. x


What a voice
I came across this guy in an open mic night in Dublin City, his voice just blew me away, husky, moody, edgy and packed with emotion, I love it. The sound sits firmly on the edge of being commercial and it reminds me of a vintage era but I can't put my finger on who he sounds like most. The title track with that electric guitar is my favourite and the album is well worth a listen! He's the next big thing in my eyes