The haunting new single from Nick Brewer, 'Fall From Here', has released with a new trailer. The track comes from Brewer's June 2014 EP, 'Four Miles Further', his first foray into the music world. The track contains the ghostly voice of Naomi Scott, the singer and actress who started her career on the Disney Channel show, 'Life Bites'. The EP contains appearances from people like George The Poet, Little Simz and JP Cooper.
The video begins with simple shots of Nick Brewer and Naomi Scott standing in a darkened room, full of smoke. From there, the soft spoken Brewer tentatively works his way through the song as the video features lens flare, reflections and more smoke. Scott chimes in with a tear jerking chorus from time to time. The EP has been released by Island Records and received positive reviews from critics, commending the soulful sound of the tracks.
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