Christchurch Indie pop duo Nat & Jono brand new single 'Grocery Shopping' OUT NOW
Two childhood best buddies from Christchurch have been making music since they were seven. Nat & Jono’s songs are filled of lush melodies, conscious relatable lyrics. Both play guitar and draw inspiration from Angus & Julia Stone and Seafret.
Already gathering international attention with rave reviews from blogs Comeherefloyd, Eartotheground & Happymag. Their debut EP titled ‘We Can Only Laugh’ released March 2019 has had over 100k+ plays ‘Constellations’ & ‘Six Dollar Shirt’ being the stand out tracks. Followed by their EP release show which was sold out at Lyttelton Records in Christchurch.
Jono comes from a choral background, and with his uncle James Reid, as lead singer for The Feelers, was surrounded by a music. “I get inspiration from whatever I’m listening too.” Crumbs is the duo’s personal favourite track – “it includes a lot of elements.”
Taking their own personal sound and lyrical messages seriously, they’ve been highly involved in productions with producer Will McGillivray from NOMAD – “a big inspiration”, as is their mentor Sacha Vee from SOLE Music Academy. To date they have also been finalists in the past two NZ Rock Quests, made the top five in 2017, supported Jed Parsons and more recently Australian indie folk singer, Michael Dunstan.
New single ‘Grocery Shopping’ is another addictive track. Nat & Jono took inspiration from “appreciating the smaller things in life and finding a little bit of joy in day to day activities, such as grocery shopping! It shines a very bright light on those who are simply the best type of humans and never fail to uphold this title, even when life has moments of rain. It is a song of gratitude and hopefully provides a sense of contentment for listeners."