Hailed as a “master of sonic textures” by Rolling Stone and “folk-rock visionary” by Uncut, Israel Nash first rose to fame in Europe, where he built a loyal following with a series of critically acclaimed albums that landed him a deal with Loose. As American audiences began to catch on, the Missouri native relocated to Dripping Springs, Texas, where he built his own recording studio on a ranch and embraced a more spacious, psychedelic sound that landed somewhere between Neil Young and Pink Floyd. Produced by Kevin Ratterman (My Morning Jacket, Ray LaMontagne), Nash’s newest record, the rousing Ozarker, finds him returning to his Midwestern roots, embracing the heartland rock he grew up on with larger-than-life guitars, anthemic melodies, and rich character studies. Ozarker will be released on 20th October on limited edition purple vinyl LP, black vinyl LP, CD and digitally. 

“Hirsute troubadour summons the big music on slow-burning, soulful sixth, throwing in horns, strings, choir and kitchen sink to stunning effect”



“slinky, snake-hipped Southern soul”




 "Texas-based mellow dude Israel Nash is much like a latter-day Neil Young"



“Songs that stop time and engulf in a whirlwind of memories, of those moments when teenagers, even children for the most lucky, discovered good music”