Man Overboard’s Nik Bruzzese debuts singles from solo project

28 Apr, 2020

Man Overboard vocalist and bassist, Nik Bruzzese has announced the forthcoming EP from his solo project, Casa Loma. To give fans a taste of what to expect from This is Coping – out early June – he’s debuted ‘Travelers’ & ‘Famaglia’. Bruzzese shares, “I started writing this EP as a therapy session for myself. I went through one of the hardest years of my life last year because I lost two people very near to me. But when you’re a dad and have two daughters like I do, you’re not allowed to be sad. You have to be excited and happy about everything, even though inside you might be ripping to shreds. I think that’s the way most people work; they have to put up this front like everything’s fine even though they actually think the world is falling down around them. So writing this album was a way for me to vent and get out those feelings without tearing somebody’s head off or being a perpetual bummer to my family and friends. It’s for everyone who has to be this one person during the day and then someone different when they’re on their own.”

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