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Nasari are a 4 piece indie band based in Edinburgh, Scotland. The band met in college in mid 2016 and from this point on they have played show after show with their live shows only getting better each time to which the band have started to become known for their explosive live shows.
The band's only streamable release came in 2017 when they recorded a live version of their song called Pavements for Keep The Heid records and through this they have managed to accumulate a small following of fans, the release of the song gave them a platform to continue playing shows. At the end of 2017, the band had gained a very loyal following and this allowed them to play their first ever headline show which saw the band be supported by the very highly rated fellow Scottish band Pleasure Heads. The headline show was hosted by BBC Scotland Radio Mogul Vic Galloway and was highly praised by the man himself.
At the start of 2018, Nasari released their highly anticipated Double A-Side Afterglow and Robyn's Room to high appraisal and attention. The band will be playing shows up and down Scotland, including ending their March mini show run with a headline show at Edinburgh's The Mash House, with support from one of the UK's biggest up and coming acts SPINN.
Having supported the likes of Childcare, The Ninth Wave, Peach Pit and Rascalton, Nasari have started to make their mark on the Scottish music scene and throughout 2018 will see the band continue to play more shows as well as seeing themselves in the recording studio.
Up and coming Edinburgh describe Nasari "as the real deal and the sooner you go and see them live the sooner you'll understand why!"
Feast Records described Nasari's support slot at the Ninth Wave as "we were really taken with them after seeing them ably support The Ninth Wave"
New Wave Testament described Nasari's debut single Afterglow as "a sparkling polished debut from one of Scotland’s brightest up and coming acts"
As quoted by CRASH "they possess the same haunting intensity and plodding rhythm of DIIV"