Singer-songwriter Nick Waterhouse has released a music video for “It’s Time,” a track from his 2016 studio album Never Twice. Directed by Laura-Lynn Patrick, the clip has a throwback vibe that fits Waterhouse’s music. It captures the 30-year-old soul man as he walks around and performers in New York City. Notably, the video appears to be shot on 8 mm film, so it has a grainy texture that brings to mind the classic music documentaries made by filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker.
Waterhouse got his start in the music industry in 2002 as part of a group called Intelligentsia. Although the band was part of the same Orange County music scene that birthed Ty Segall and Cold War Kids, the group was not long for this world and broke up after a year. In 2010, Waterhouse reinvented himself as a solo performer and began establishing himself by touring North America with the likes of The Strange Boys and The Allah-Las. Waterhouse released his excellent debut album, Time’s All Gone in 2012 and has been a mainstay of the contemporary R&B and soul scene ever since.
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