Australia's rising newcomer Nat Vazer has just shared her latest single and music video. Called "Addicted To Misery", the indie rock meets folk pop tune was released in conjunction with a US tour announcement.
With "Addicted To Misery", Nat Vazer has crafted an introspective narrative all about a time of feeling low, sad and hopeless. Lyrics including, "I don’t live here anymore / I just see it in my dreams / And you can’t save me ‘cause I’m addicted to misery" show just how powerless one can feel in that despondent state. The highly emotive track also details the feeling of being outside of oneself which often accompanies depression and anxiety. Sonically, "Addicted To Misery" is a stunning musical masterpiece complete with hushed warm vocals singing layered harmonies over passionate slow burned guitars. Directed and filmed by Benjamin Joel, the accompanied video shows flashbacks of Nat Vazer walking through the woods in a sullen state as well as performing live with her band in the depths of nature.
Melbourne based singer, songwriter and musician Nat Vazer blends dream pop, folk and rock for a cathartic listen. Her debut album Is This Offensive And Loud? was nominated for the 2020 Australian Music Prize and she continues to attract fans across the globe with her relatable narratives and immersive live performances. Take a listen to "Addicted To Misery" now and remember you are not alone in your feelings.