Have A Nice Psychedelic/Surf-Rock Day with Nick Ferrio

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Canadian singer-songwriter Nick Ferrio is out with a record called “Have A Nice Day” that features the fun song “How Will I Know?” The 3 minute song features exciting vocals that feel fresh and unique and feel a bit like a call-and-response. The guitars are melodic with great tone and the percussion is laid back in a way that leaves a good amount of room to fully enjoy the moving vocal melody. Nick’s music seems to be inspired by classic rock acts and singer-songwriters and would fit in well with artists like Paul Simon, Tom Petty, and Yusuf / Cat Stevens. Some of the other songs on the record sound a bit surfy and sometimes slightly psychedelic. If you’re into classic rock singer-songwriters you will be into Nick Ferrio. Rock The Pigeon recommends the songs “Anxiety” and “Don’t Mess This Up” along with “How Will I Know?” Enjoy this awesome singer-songwriter!

“‘How Will I Know’ is a philosophical song; it’s about my relationship with music and thinking about why I’m drawn to make it, especially in today’s day and age, with the music industry changing. We’ve all heard over and over again about how the music industry is in the pits and how culturally music isn’t as valuable as it once was. I guess the nagging question in this song is, is music still worth something? The answer to that is yes. Music has the power to transform, to give meaning, to create connection, to make change. Ultimately, music is powerful. And because of that, music will survive whatever happens to the music industry.” – Nick Ferrio

The 8 song record could be heard on Spotify:


Written by Ryan Cassata

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