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Northbound

The Flaws In Everything

Northbound The Flaws In Everything
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From its beginnings as an acoustic solo project in 2012, Boca Raton, Florida's Northbound has evolved and grown into a hybrid entity of equal parts solo act and fully fleshed-out band. Jonathon Fraser, the creative soul of Northbound, has a distinctive writing style that is integral to the band's cohesiveness amongst the evolution. With nothing but an acoustic guitar and his voice, he pours his energy into the lyrics and vocals. The rest of the band then joins him to flesh out the songs in the studio. This hybrid approach allows Fraser to seamlessly tailor each song to its individual story while staying firmly seated in the context of the whole. Northbound's lyrics dance around the human experience, and lend themselves extraordinarily well to the bands brand of unkempt pop-punk. Fraser writes about existential uncertainty, self-awareness, and growing older with an emotional maturity that sets Northbound apart from the genre's usual tropes.
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