At 24 years old, Boise rocker Nate Fowler is one of the more seasoned acts on his upcoming CD (or to be accurate, EP) release party. Joined by local Christian alt-rockers A Rotterdam November, adorable indie poppers My Paper Camera, indie folk darlings Apple Horse and David King, Fowler will celebrate the release of his six-song EP Wherever You Go with a concert featuring raffles and live painting. Recorded at Boise's Mix House Studio, Wherever You Go features a collection of standard love and love-lost tunes sung through Fowler's breathy, Top-40 radio-friendly pipes.
Though the album pops up as "Gospel and Religious" in iTunes, many of the songs echo with a slight country twang. While lyrics like "Your blue eyes won't stop crying / yet your green eyes / your green eyes won't stop lying," from the song "Cave In" aren't going to score Fowler any profundity points, the EP is a polished recording that will give fans something to chew on while they patiently wait for his first full-length release.