Nest To Release “Hadal” EP on January 14th via Broken Circles Records

November 7, 2013


Nest To Release “Hadal” EP on January 14 via Broken Circles Records
Band Streaming New Song Titled “A Moving Swamp”
November Tour Dates Announced


Nashville indie rockers Nest will be releasing a new EP, “Hadal” on January 14th, 2014 digitally and on vinyl via Broken Circles. The record contains five tracks of glacial, atmospheric rock, while the vinyl version contains two bonus tracks which are reworked acoustic versions of songs from “Hadal”. Vinyl version will be available on white, clear, or black.

Check out the second track, entitled “A Moving Swamp” here:


Nest will be hitting the road for a couple weekend stints in November. See dates below.

RIYL: Mew, Sainthood Reps, Brand New, Balance & Composure


1. Father Adder
2. A Moving Swamp
3. Stairs-Stares
4. Lamia (Lakeside)
5. Handa In A Hole

Tour Dates:

11/7 Jackson, MS – Rampage Skatepark
11/8 Columbus, GA – Gallery 13
11/15 Springfield, MO – The Lemondrop w/ Pillowtalk
11/16 Peoria, IL – The Salty Spitoon
11/17 Evansville, IN – PG’s w/Pillowtalk
11/18 Champaign, IL – Error Records w/Focused Minds and Sheds

About Nest:

Nest got their start in Nashville the fall of 2011 with Kyle Merriman and Evan Davis, both on vocals/guitar, Peter Wanca on drums, and Caleb Gregory on bass. Influenced by bands such as Mew, Balance & Composure, and Brand New, Nest combine elements of indie rock, post-hardcore, and alt-rock to create their own blend of cohesive, glacial, atmospheric rock that pulls the listener under and doesn’t let go. The band’s debut EP and shows with acts like Owen, Slingshot Dakota, and Into It Over It have helped them gain a significant following in Nashville and surrounding regions. On the heels of this burgeoning popularity, Nest are set to release a new collection of five songs entitled “Hadal” that show off their neoteric direction on January 14th on Broken Circles. A tenacious listen of the back and forth between the melodic guitar bursts and the way the drums and bass float like bubbles in tar, “Hadal” establishes the band as one of underground rock’s most promising newcomers. Nest have safely stayed in their namesake refuge and are finally reared and ready to fly the coop to bigger things.

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