"Follow" automatically reminds me of the work of Jonah Matranga, Joshua Radin and Josh Woodward (there are a lot of artists with a forename that starts with the letter J in that list), mixing a rising drone and the acoustic strumming of Nowhere and the atmosphere is close and sort of comforting in a way. It is a low song that takes a few spins to sink in, it is not the most immediate song for me, but it is one that grows on you and it works so well that you cannot help but hit repeat. "Gone" for me is actually the better of the two song, it has an extra spark mixed into the song about heartache and loss when a loved one is no longer in your life. It reminds me of a stripped back Moonbabies jamming out with Benjamin Francis Leftwich, it is a tad short for my tastes (same as "Follow" if the truth be told) and this heartbreaker of a song could have been extended slightly for me.
Both songs show potential, it is obvious that Nowhere is a project that has a lot of talent that I am sure will create a lot of beautiful music. It is the briefest of introductions, as I pointed out on "Gone" both songs could have been a little longer; but overall the positives of the songs out weigh the length of the songs, I cannot wait to hear more from this project.
4 out of five - This is really good, well worth checking out
Top track - Gone
You can purchase Follow from the Nowhere Bandcamp page here
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You can visit the Andrea Caccese website here
At the time of writing, Follow was not available on streaming sites.