Upcoming artist Kesmar is starting a new chapter in his life being a Sydney musician known as Nathan Hawes. Having first picked up a guitar in 2006, Hawes has spent over a decade serenading audiences with his folk tunes with great success. Considering his musical background, Hawes' latest evolution into Kesmar comes as an eyebrow raising surprise. He's traded his acoustic guitar for swirling synths, introducing a more disco-oriented chapter of his career. The KESMAR project began when he participated in some new writing sessions in 2016, where he "basically fell in love with learning production and vintage synthesisers. From there, KESMAR began co-writing with indie and electronic mainstays like Lanks, Panama, Tim Ayre (Tim & Jean) and George Nicholas (Seekae) to hone his craft, while also living off a healthy lifestyle. Introducing his latest release of his newest single "Meteorite" he projects a very groovy sound that'll instantly capture your attention. Written in the summer of 2019 alongside I Know Leopard frontman Luke O’Loughlin, 'Meteorite' fuses disco beats, laid-back pop and contemporary innovation. A summer poolside cocktail of funky bass, slinky piano and swirling synths, the track flows with effortless clarity through smooth verses and vibrant, melodic choruses. The release is accompanied by a playful music video, created by KESMAR himself. Go stream "Meteorite" and check out his discography which is filled with amazing tracks.