Single Lash's Nic Nadeau developed his aesthetic for music, fashion and art in early adolescence, which left him at odds with the traditional surroundings of his childhood in suburban San Antonio. The title of Single Lash's debut LP Providence (out October 26, 2018) is a reference to his escape to art college in Rhode Island where he set out to craft his talent for painting and visual art. Nadeau didn't anticipate the intense gravitational allure of the local noise and experimental music scenes which quickly inspired him to start playing guitar and writing songs. Nadeau naturally evolved a texture based approach to guitar, echoing the ubiquitous effects of the post-punk and industrial bands that first piqued his interest in music. Nadeau’s lyrics became the therapeutic outlet to navigate his lifelong feelings of isolation, adopting the moniker Single Lash from the outset. After releasing several solo demo tapes and relocating to Austin, Nadeau expanded Single Lash into a band, recruiting talented multi-instrumentalists such as Neil Lord of Thousand Foot Whale Claw and Future Museums. Single Lash is now fully orchestrated, and Providence is their breakout effort to establish themselves as an important new voice in underground music.
Click HERE to watch the new video for "Broken Tongue" directed by Melissa Cha & Nic Nadeau and read the review from Revolver
Click HERE to order your copy of Providence - out October 26, 2018 on 12" black vinyl, cassette and digital download from Holodeck Records.