The latest single from NOVA ONE is a sonic departure of sorts. Over the years, we've gotten used to their dreamy, washed over blend of dream pop. Their latest single, "dangerous," shows Providence's Roz Raskin showing off their rock side a lot more. The song still has that dreamy sound sweeping over you, but it's a much faster tempo song than we've heard from NOVA ONE. The guitar is much fuzzier than expected, and there's even a great solo towards the end. Hearing an artist push their boundaries this far while still sounding like themselves is a hard thing to pull off this well. We can't wait to hear what Raskin does next!
You can listen to "dangerous" below. create myself is due out March 31 on Community Records, and can be pre-ordered through Bandcamp. For more on NOVA ONE, check out the artist's website. Upcoming tour dates are below the song.
4/13 - washington, DC @ pie shop
4/15 - philadelphia, PA @ TBA
4/16 - new haven, CT @ the state house
4/17 - brooklyn, NYC @ baby's all right
4/18 - troy, NY @ no fun
4/19 - burlington, VT @ radio bean
4/20 - portland, me @ space gallery
4/21 - boston, MA @ lilypad
4/22 - providence, RI @ columbus theatre
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