Interview: Nathan Ball
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“An emotional rollercoaster and a few naughty guitar solos”, is what we can apparently expect from singer/songwriter, Nathan Ball, at this year’s Barn on the Farm festival. He sounds like a musical tease. Ball joins the likes of The Staves, James Bay, Prides, Amber Run and Lauren Aquilina at Over Farm, Gloucestershire, for the event’s sixth year. With Ed Sheeran and Ben Howard having previously headlined in 2011, Barn on the Farm has undoubtedly stamped its name onto this year’s festival calendar. Following the release of his latest EP, Howling, Nathan tells me a little bit about this year’s festival and how there’s “no room for egos there”. “We were lucky enough to be invited to play last year and it stood out by a mile for us. It's full of genuine music lovers and the line-up is always insane.” “It also has the most amazing vibe, and all the artists wander round and listen to everyone too.” “I'm really looking forward to playing with our full band setup there and playing some of the new songs. I think I'm most looking forward to seeing Rhodes, Racing Glaciers and the Staves and of course our pals from Amber Run.”
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