As a new artist, est. 2023, there isn’t much online info regarding The Nations United and the man behind it. But that’s okay, music should speak for itself. And with the new single, Gravity, it does, loudly and eloquently.

Built from controlled walls and waves of noise, soaring and compelling vocal salvos and an overall sense of euphoria and anthemics, this latest sonic statement is a glorious musical offering.

Singles should be more than just a piece of music; they have a job to do. And that job, even in the modern age where the concepts of albums and the like have been, to a greater or lesser degree at least, abandoned, is to make you check out the associated body of work, which is precisely what I am doing right now. Job done.

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