May 01 17

Nick Hakim’s debut album ‘Green Twins’ is out now! Read Pitchfork Rising feature

Read the NPR First Listen review of Nick Hakim’s debut album Green Twins HERE. NPR notes, “Matters of the heart require tenderness – and this conviction is what makes Green Twins a treasure; irresistible and challenging, without contradiction.” Pitchfork also featured Nick Hakim’s “eclectic soul” in their Rising series – read the profile HERE.


Get Green Twins: http://smarturl.it/NH_greentwins

Nick is on tour now – see all dates and get tickets HERE.

Watch the psychedelic animated video for the newest track off of Nick Hakim’s debut album Green Twins, out May 19, via Pitchfork, which calls the song “a soul delight”.

Nick Hakim said of the track, “This song’s first verse is about a night when I got really stoned at my friend’s house and forgot to meet up with my partner. It was pouring rain outside and when I realized I was late, I biked through Bed Stuy as fast as I could through the rain to find her but she was gone… the second verse is about patching it up, not leaving her house for a couple days. It’s a love song.”

Watch the official video and ATO Session for “Bet She Looks Like You”:

“An abstract but powerful experience” – Pigeons & Planes

“A hazy, deeply felt bit of modern soul” – Stereogum

“A smoky love ballad that is textbook Hakim: a bone-bare slow-wind of a song that doesn’t beg for one’s attention so much as it intoxicates the senses with knowing assurance. It’s a heartbreaker, for sure” – The FADER

Watch the live session for “Green Twins”, filmed live from Brooklyn’s Market Hotel:

“A soulful dive into one of Hakim’s signature psychedelic soundscapes.” – Stereogum

“The siren-like psychedelic jam is rich with layers and movement” – Saint Heron

“The unadorned, impassioned core of soul, seeped into unorthodox production influences and techniques. Together, it amounts to a sound all Hakim’s own, a look inside his head that gets into your own instead.” – Noisey

“Hakim’s sounds are deep and soulful, but touches of jarring reverb and eerie synths throw his work into a uniquely beautiful state of unbalance.”Washington Post

“A truly futuristic slice of R&B” – Uncut

Nick and his band stopped in Austin during SXSW where they played several showcases. Hakim filmed a pared down version of his song “The Want” from Green Twins as part of NPR Music’s South X Lullaby series. Watch the performance here and see Nick live on tour (see tour dates below):

“It’s soul music for outer space, performed in a room that looks like outer space” – NPR


Oct 3 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
Oct 4 Baltimore, MD – Metro Gallery
Oct 5 Raleigh NC – Kings
Oct 6 Nashville TN – Basement East
Oct 7 Atlanta GA – Vinyl
Oct 9 Birmingham AL – The Nick
Oct 10 New Orleans LA – Gasa Gasa
Oct 13-15 Austin TX – Austin City Limits Festival
Oct 17 Tuscon AZ – Club Congress
Oct 20 San Francisco CA – The Independent
Oct 21 Oakland CA – Starline Social Club
Oct 23 Portland OR – Doug Fir
Oct 24 Seattle WA – Barbosa