Los Angeles artist Nick Campbell Destroys introduces his debut album ‘Art’, with jazz-infused new release “Sunday”.

Nick Campell is a talented bass player and artist from Los Angeles with an unconditional love for traditional jazz music. Scoping his sound through a dynamic fuse of industrial jazz-funk and sonic neo-soul, Nick’s work is also influenced by the Los Angeles music scene he grew up in. 


Having previously performed with renowned songwriter and producer Charlie Puth, Californian R&B singer Michael Mayo, and US pop artist Meghan Trainor, (among others), it’s fair to say Nick built a name for himself. His latest single “Sunday” sees him release a sultry new hit with an addictive funk-groove and is the lead single off his upcoming self-produced debut album ‘Art’.


Speaking about the single Nick says: “The idea for the song was born during a writing session I had on a Sunday afternoon with Theo Katzman at my first apartment in 2015. At a break at a nearby café I made a quick aside about how I loved going outside on Sundays because “no one is anywhere and everything is free”. Even though I was just talking about street parking, Theo said he thought that sounded like a really good hook for a song. I agreed with him and two days later we wrote the entire thing. This is one of my favorite songs from my upcoming record. Theo’s vocal performance is insane, the groove feels amazing and the lyrics always make me laugh. I’m very excited for this song to be finally out in the world”.

Stream "Sunday" below: