River Tiber Shares New Single “Nevada”

Almost all instrumentation for this track is handled by the Canadian artist.

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Singer/producer River Tiber self-releases “Nevada,” his newest single. Nearly all instrumentation for this track, including piano, vibraphone, drums, conga, tambourine, violin, and cello, is handled by River Tiber himself. Dan Only adds synth, guitar, and noise to the soothing records.

“This song is about embracing the unknown, leaning into the feeling of being lost, finding love in the most unlikely of places,” River Tiber said. “Ultimately it’s about accepting the present. I’ve been listening to a lot of Marvin Gaye like always, and he made some of the most graceful music ever – one of my biggest inspirations.”

“Nevada” was mixed by Howie Beck and River Tiber while the record was mastered by João Carvalho. Previously, Tiber, whose real name is Tommy Paxton-Beesley, previously released “Taurus” back in May.

Stream the record above.

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