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Nasari are a four piece indie/punk band formed in Edinburgh, Scotland. Since forming in 2016, they have taken the Scottish music scene by storm and continue to make a permanent imprint on the current scene.
Their debut double A side Afterglow/Robyn's Room made the band's presence known and received support from Spotify, achieving play listing on Fresh Finds: Six Strings and Hot New Bands, the song also received a positive review from Ravechild and has also been played on Amazing Radio.
In March 2018, the band embarked on their first Scottish tour in support of Afterglow, ending the tour with a headline show at Edinburgh's Mash House, with SPINN being the main support.
The band's live performances are what make them stand out, with them being described as "Edinburgh’s favourite shoegaze quartet." Their energetic live shows allows the audience to to engage with the band, with them becoming one of Scotland's hottest acts.
Nasari made their Tenement Trail debut in 2018, alongside some of the UK's hottest touring acts.
At the end of 2018, Nasari released their second single Spoilt Milk, which again has been supported by Spotify and reached 20,000 streams within the first month of release and finished their year with their biggest show to date supporting The Ninth Wave at St Luke's in Glasgow.
The band have an extensive touring schedule in the first half of 2019 and alongside this, aim to release their debut EP.
Nasari have supported bands such as Rascalton, Peach Pit and Childcare, with all shows selling out.
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"
Tenement TV describe the band as "an enticing prospect"