After first emerging back in 2016, Australian dance duo NAATIONS have quickly become one of the biggest talking points in the electronic music these last few months. After collaborating with Duke Dumont and Gorgon City on their smash hit collaboration 'Real Life', the pair have recently released their new EP 'Teardrop', cementing them as a great talent in the high-octane world of club music.
Comprised of singer/songwriter Nat Dunn, who co-wrote Marshmello & Anne-Marie’s hit track 'FRIENDS' and Charli XCX’s single '5 (In The Morning)', and DJ Nicky Night Time, the pair's new six-track EP aims to bring together the commercial club-ready sound of most current house music, but blend it a more diverse approach to production, resulting in a beautifully uplifting and eclectic record.
Having already played a number of major shows in the capital at Brixton Academy, Camden Assembly and XOYO, NAATIONS will be making their debut appearance at CRSSD Festival at the end of this month and will be supporting Anne-Marie on the Australian leg of her tour in November.
Have a listen to their new EP 'Teardrop' in the player below.