The fifth in a string of solo albums over the past few years, the bassist of Dirty Projectors and contributor on such albums as Vampire Weekend's Contra and Department of Eagle's In Ear Park, Nat Baldwin has undeniably been a busy boy. Whilst some of his previous 'solo' work has found him in the company of a fair few others, People Changes presents Baldwin single-handedly crafting an album of poignancy and flair.
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