Exclusive Review: Nick Davies – “Earth Without Art” Single

Review by: Justyn W. Brodsky

Cover Art for Nick Davies’ single “Earth Without Art”


If you haven’t heard recording artist Nick Davies yet, then you’re in for a very big treat. His newest single “Earth Without Art” is an exceptional track with a big anthemic signature sound that solidifies both musicianship factors and vocal ones. Tackling a concept of what the world would be like without music and art, Nick Davies proves himself completely worthy of your undivided attention with a brilliant balance of equal parts originality and familiarity.

Honing his craft with a distinctive style that tastefully blends Pop and Indie Rock, Nick‘s mid-to-high range vocal melodies completely carry the torch on this song with both vocal performance and lyrical ability. The track starts out with a clever piano intro with subtle vocals that builds an unwavering anticipation. Once the song takes off, it’s all uphill. With beautiful guitar textures, a solid rhythm section and 3-part harmony backup vocals, “Earth Without Art” completely hits it out of the park along with a strong message told in a story-like manner that almost anyone could resonate with, getting us to understand the impact that music and arts has on the world, and to imagine what it would be like if it didn’t exist.

This is the type of song you hear once and just know that you’re gonna love what’s coming. It has insatiable staying power, where it stays with you long after the song is over. And will also entice you to dive deeper into Nick Davies‘ musical catalogue and career altogether. “Earth Without Art” is available now on all major music streaming platforms as well as YouTube. You’ll be beyond glad that we recommended this one to you.


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