Nearly York, an Alternative/Pop band from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, recorded and released their debut album before playing any live shows. Their music is guitar and piano driven, with catchy pop melodies that are hard not to sing along to! The band name "Nearly York" was selected by band leader Lucas Gienow by opening a magazine, closing his eyes, and pointing at two random words one night at a band practice.
Atlernative rock song with chugging guitars, atmospheric keyboards and harmonies. Ponders how to stay grounded after losing the stabilizing force in his life: "I don't wanna know where I will float to without you to Anchor Me Down"
This beautiful mixture of acoustic guitar, male and female vocals, keyboards, and spacey sounds paints a delicate picture that mourns a loss and reflects on what was, what is, and what could have been.
An emotive acoustic guitar ornamented with dramatic keyboards creates a versatile soundbed that could soundtrack the next phase in life. Perhaps finding a new love or letting go of a lost one? A bittersweet soundbed appropriate for many types of scenes.
Jazzy guitar and piano create a tense musical bed for this lyric lamenting the grounded feeling of being stuck in a rut in a humdrum existence. Worst of all "you stopped coming round to take me higher"
Upbeat alternative rock with quick fire vocals, dreamy chord progressions, and a fun in the sun lyric. Perfect for scenes of escaping into a fun, carefree and warm life. Features a tempo change and dip into reggae!