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Nabihah Iqbal


    Using broader concepts, ‘Dreamer’ is “more introspective, because it's about things that I’ve been through over the last few years,” she says. The album is an intimate journey through snapshots and memories of Nabihah’s life. Exploring personal identity and grief through the soft-focus lens of melancholy, the album is not one specific sound. Her left-field lo-fi aesthetic twirls itself throughout as she manages to skate between tracks without ever sounding disjointed. Apart from four of the songs which have live drums on them, Nabihah wrote, recorded and produced the album herself. Incorporating the harmonium and sitar in her music for the first time, instruments reflective of her Pakistani heritage, it’s Nabihah’s rawest and most personal work yet.


    Barry says: From the woozy minimal synth of 'Sunflower' to the more drastic wall-of-sound shoegaze aesthetic Iqbal effortlessly invokes, 'Dreamer' is a wonderfully evocative and stunningly conceived collection. Warmingly optimistic but tinged with flecks of sadness, it's without a doubt her most refined and affecting outing yet. Beautiful.


    1. In Light
    2. Dreamer
    3. This World Couldn’t See Us
    4. Sunflower
    5. Lilac Twilight
    6. Gentle Heart
    7. Sky River
    8. Sweet Emotion (Lost In Devotion)
    9. A Tender Victory
    10. Closer Lover

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