Good Saint Nathanael’s Hide No Truth Turns 1.
Black Swift (Tarantino rock from Stuttgart, Germany) & Good Saint Nathanael (singer/songwriter from Kansas City) are going on tour. Black Swift (from Stuttgart, Germany) is a high octane Americana, desert rock band. Their latest release was produced by Sylvia Massy (Johnny Cash / Tool). Bandleader Sally Grayson has been featured on The Voice Germany (covering The Cure!). Good Saint Nathanael is a highly memorable songwriter with a special knack for deeply connecting with audiences. Both acts possess a cinematic flair that is sure to make for a magical tour. Black Swift / Good Saint Nathanael Tour Dates: Aug 14 Sawyer, MI – Greenbush Aug 15 Madison, WI – Mickey’s Tavern Aug 16 Minneapolis, MN – 331 Club Aug 17 Minneapolis, MN – House Show Aug 18 Lincoln, NE – Duffy’s Aug 19 Kansas City, MO – Minibar ^ Aug 20 Nashville, TN – House Show ^ Aug 21 Louisville, KY – Kaiju ^ Aug 22 Cincinnati, OH – MOTR Aug 23 Mishawaka, IN – Smith’s Downtown Aug 24 Chicago, IL – Liar’s Club ^ w/Kat Jones Solo Tour Dates: Aug 26 Charlotte, NC – The Evening Muse Aug 27 Atlanta, GA – House Show Aug 28 Sheffield, AL – The …
Watch the intriguing music Good Saint Nathanael’s song “Lightning.” Filmed in the tiny stone Pilgrim Chapel, located in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Kansas City, the viewer is privy to the anguish of one whose leaders have left him devastated but eventually acknowledges his own capacity for failure. But this is Nate Allen, so there are hilarious moments in the video too. Lightning is indicative of the emotions and hope expressed in the Good Saint Nathanael debut album, Hide No Truth, which is available now. You can purchase Hide No Truth or Lightning in our webstore anywhere you get your digital music. The Lightning Music Video was filmed and edited by Jessie Van Der Vyver and Two Hue Creative. Please watch and share the video with someone who you think would appreciate it!
“Better” is the first single from Good Saint Nathanael’s debut album Hide No Truth. It’s an uplifting folk song about being empathetic to those less-fortunate or at least trying to learn from mistakes and become kinder to those we encounter or even hate. The double bass was provided by Valerie Whitney and the keyboards were added by Michael Wright. The lyric video was created by James Wightman.