In my arms
A captivating folk-rock track with heart, soul and emotion.
Washington, DC-based music creator Nate Bergman is a singer and songwriter who’s had the odds stacked against him his entire life. However, that didn’t stop the determined Bergman from releasing his “blues-infused, country-influenced solo debut.” Although he found himself overseas, thousands of miles away from collaborators and studios due to the pandemic, he used that time to his advantage. He continued to work on his album and even found inspiration in his surroundings. Bergman let his European location influence some of his tracks, which might be the unique element you hear when listening. With his first album, metaphysical change, now finished, he moves on. This album is available on Spotify, YouTube and his own website. Nate Bergman’s album features the folk-rock fusion “Into My Arms”.
When we think of folk music, we think of inspiration and healing. When we hear rock music, we can go in the opposite direction and try to get the energy going. Bergman’s mix somehow manages to make both genres a priority. Lyrics like “If you’re waiting for tomorrow and tomorrow never comes / If your cup is full of sorrow, maybe it’s time to run” and “If there’s something left to do, let your actions be truepresents the introspection of folk. At the same time, the artist reflects on the complexity of the choices and the anger that might accompany them; this type of reflection is usually available in rock. It’s a melodic soundscape with brooding nostalgia, and the result is soulful sound that appeals to crowds of both genders. So stream Nate Bergman’s “Into My Arms” today to find out what genres can be brought into your arms and head.
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