Nathan Hartono drops dreamy ballad 'The Difference' - listen

Nathan Hartono drops dreamy ballad 'The Difference' - listen

Singer-songwriter Nathan Hartono has released a single on the 6th of August titled 'The Difference'. Released under Warner Music Singapore, it's the second single following 'I'm Fine' which dropped in February, leading up to his forthcoming EP–Edge of Days.

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This marks the second collaboration between Hartono and MYRNEwho has now worked with the electronic producer on his previous two releases. In a press statement, the singer-songwriter describes the new dynamic as "A lot more familiar."

"It felt like playing on an expanded playground now that we got all the first time jitters out the way.”

Watch the lyric video for the track above, directed and produced by Hartono

A piano-driven love ballad, Hartono drew inspiration from his own experiences. On the track's message, he shares: “It’s a love song for the people who make you feel loved. You really feel the difference when that someone is around, whether in subtle or obvious ways."

Edge of Days is scheduled for release on 3 Sept 2021, and marks the first multi-track release since the singer's debut Mandarin EP in《什么都不做的一天》Do Nothing Day in 2020.

Listen to 'The Difference' below, and leave a review on Hear65.

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