Los Angeles singer-songwriter Nik Freitas has opened for acts such as Bright Eyes and Rilo Kiley and toured as a part of Broken Bells’ live band. Playing every instrument on each one of his five albums, Freitas’ brand of indie-pop is homey, light and sweet, with an easy-going, Beatlesesque tone. His performances are effortless serenades immersed in the emotion of the songs.
Nik Freitas’ latest album, Saturday Night Underwater, is out now via Little Record Company.
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Official website for Nik Freitas: http://www.nikfreitas.com
Upcoming tour dates:
9/28 @ the Casbah in San Diego, CA
9/29 @ Bootleg Theatre in Los Angeles, CA
10/4 @ Mississippi Studios in Portland, OR
10/6 @ Tractor Tavern in Seattle, WA
10/7 @ Media Club in Vancouver, BC
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