nobody likes you pat Shares New Single ‘what a good friend is for’

nobody likes you pat, the moniker of Saint Paul, Minnesota-based singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Pat Kiloran, has just shared his brand new single what a good friend is for, the latest single to be taken from his upcoming EP set to arrive via Nettwerk. 
What I like the most about this song is its warmth and laid-back vibes and how the whole production centres around his gorgeous vocals and storytelling. what a good friend is for finds nobody likes you pat taking a deeper look at the innermost layers of friendship, showing that it takes time to build a strong, meaningful friendship with someone. This storytelling is beautifully delivered through Pat's smooth, expressive vocals which are backed by a delicate strumming of the guitar and a sing-around-the-campfire style hymn that together creates an overall warm and intimate atmosphere perfect for a chill weekend. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, nobody likes you pat said, 
I sat down one night and realized that no one really writes love songs about their friends. Friends are always a side character in a song. I don’t know why, but friendship gets a bad rap sometimes. In American culture, it’s as if relying too heavily on friends is a trait of weakness or over-sentimentality. Amongst hyper-masculine pop-culture, it’s almost seen as effeminate for a man to be intimate with his friends. And that’s truly ridiculous. Friendship is the basis for all other forms of relationship. A partnership or marriage finds its deepest footing not in romance or sexual experience, but in the unconditional love of friendship. Familial relationships can deteriorate and be damaged with time or circumstance. But only if a father and son or brother and sister are held together by something more than simply ‘blood’ can their connection stand the test of time and hardship. It’s easy to make many acquaintances, but it takes the patient and often painful work of test and time to make a good friend or to be a good friend.