Nate Budroe

Nate Budroe is an independent Singer Songwriter, currently based in San Francisco. Most of their catalog is made up of acoustic guitar driven songs that range from quiet reflections wrestling optimism, realism, and depression. To songs about relationships, and loneliness with electric guitar rampages. Nate is talking faithlessness in an uncaring world. 

Influenced by anti folk acts Herman Düne, Adam Green. As well singer songwriters like Kevin Morby, Courtney Barnett , Jeff Tweedy, and Brittany Howard. 

Nate Budroe is also a founding member of the indie rock and roll outfit Goodworld. Co-founded with frequent collaborator (Ur My BoyCasa Pacheco) Oscar Dan Pratt. Budroe is also the former frontman of psych/indie rock band Locus Pocus (2017-2019).

In 2018 Budroe released Ur My Boy, his first solo record independently, followed by his full length album in 2019, Casa Pacheco . Since then, Budroe has been writing feverishly, gigging around the Bay Area, and making lattes. Releasing two singles and the eponymous six song Goodworld  record in 2022. Followed by a double sided one-off single Better Machines (Love You So) a collaboration between Budroe and Joe Sample (formerly of The Band Ice Cream) featuring album art by the prolific singer/songwriter / visual artist Ben Van Bonn.

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