Warburton is the alias of Australian turned Canadian indie artist Nathan Freeze-Mitchell. Originating in early 2022 as a solo acoustic act, Warburton embraced a full band sound in mid-2023 with new collaborators Mat McNeil, Jon Joseph and Connor Farrell. Drawing inspiration from artists such as Wilco, The National, and Lord Huron, Warburton has a DIY work ethic, personally handling the recording, production, and release of ‘Sad Songs for Happy People.’ After having single premieres and positive reviews from Honk Magazine, The Spill Magazine and many others, Warburton is looking to keep their momentum going with the release of their debut EP. But for Warburton, being on stage is where the band shines. Their songs transform and swell with overdrive, feature killer guitar solos and become heavier whilst staying melodic and true to the bands sound.


Like floating on your back in a river and looking up at the sky, Listening to this and giving in to it gave me a sort of weightless feeling. pleasant af. - Jerry ijale agbinya ,Triple j.

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