Singer and Chapman stick player Bright Brown is back with an existential new hit, now available on all streaming services. Inspired by the somber feelings we all faced during the pandemic, “Aimless” delivers soft, reflective vocals over an instrumental loop that serves as a brilliant backdrop to the contemplative narrative that we can all relate to. For so many, the pandemic threw us unpredictable twists and turns that proved that planning is not necessarily worth stressing about. What it also proved is that life is very short and that being in the present moment is priceless.

“Why take aim, Because aimless is drifting / And drifting is easier, Easier brings peace” ~ “Aimless”

Aimless features Nahas singing and playing the rarely heard Chapman Stick, Eddie Avakian on drums, Jamie Muhoberac on keyboards, and Ava Nahas on percussion. As his music has evolved over time, so have his other creative endeavors. Recently, his latest EP offered fans a beautifully illustrated lyric book, where he reflected in a post-2020 world through his dark but hopeful lens. Nahas delivers musical influence from artists like Peter Gabriel, Talk Talk, David Bowie and Elvis Costello – all being one of a kind musicians who shoehorned unorthodox approaches into digestible pop music. Thoughtful and reflective, with a knack for rendering outside-world concerns in the landscape of the personal, Bright Brown continues to venture into new frontiers with each successive song.

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