Nate Hancock & The Declaration


Nate Hancock & The Declaration


"No Place Quite Like Home" by Nate Hancock and The Declaration 


 Musician, artist, and activist Nate Hancock has just released a new music video for the title track to his upcoming full length album, "No Place Quite Like Home" on Modern Roots Music & Publishing. The Single and Album were produced by Dave Jerden—Jane’s Addiction, Talking Heads, Rolling Stones, Social Distortion, Alice In Chains—along with Modern Roots founder Jimmy Sloan—Neil Young, Blind Boys of Alabama, Fishbone, Jack Johnson, Ben Harper—and LA’s first call Harmonica Player, official member of The Blues Brothers Band, and front man for The Imperial Crowns—Jimmie Wood.


 "No Place Quite Like Home" will be featured on the upcoming season of “House Of Lies” on Showtime, Season 5, Episode 9, premiering worldwide on Sunday, June 5, 2016. Starring Don Cheadle, it’s the first “Scripted” American TV Series to be filmed in Cuba in over 50 years. The song is to be released as a single on iTunes in June as well.


 "No Place Quite Like Home" is a soulful, singer/songwriter meets hip/hop ballad that was inspired by life on the road, the many blessings we take for granted, and those blessings that unite us all in Our Global Community such as food, water and shelter. This music video is dedicated to spreading awareness of the Homeless Community around the world, and to community outreach events and organizations such as UNiTE THE ViBE, founded by Nate Hancock


 UNiTE THE ViBE books, manages, and promotes Nate Hancock and his band, The Declaration, along with creating outreach programs and benefit concerts that work with other artists and musicians, local organizations, and charities to provide support, awareness, and resources for their communities.


 "UNiTE THE ViBE: Festival Events" provide the infrastructure for the creative vision and drive behind this revolutionary artist who is committed to giving back and serving Our Global Community.


Look for Nate Hancock and The Declaration this year

Nationwide and Globally...

— “Worldwide Love is what we’re talkin about". - Nate Hancock

Steeped in the blues of the Muddy Mississippi, a few hours from where Nate grew up, marinated in traditional soul-gospel of one of his first musical mentors, Joey Williams, guitarist for The Blind Boys Of Alabama and Robert Randolph, and in-fused with the So-Cal funk/ska styling’s of more recent co-conspirator Norwood Fisher of Fishbone/Trulio Disgracious. Throughout this entire interstellar musical trip, Hancock ended up working with Neil Young as the Location Manager on his new “Monsanto Years” album and DVD.


The later inspired Nate to record an entire LP, live to 2”/16 track tape, whilst filming the experience, and adding social activism to the cause.


“When I was twelve years old, my mom got me my first three records for Christmas, one of them was “Americana” by The Offspring, along with "Nevermind" and "Highway to Hell".. It’s an honor and a privilege to be working with Dave (Jerden), the man who not only produced “Americana”, he also mixed one of my favorite all time jams: “Rock-it” by Herbie Hancock.”


"Jimmy (Sloan) united the vibes of Norwood (Fisher), Edwin Birdsong (“Cola Bottle Baby”, ”Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” Daft Punk/Kany West) and David Palmer (Rod Stewart, ABC, The The) for my first release on Modern Roots: “Country Funk". This time around, Jimmy and I knew that we had to go above and beyond after we finished working with Neil (Young) on “The Monsanto Years.”


With Dave Jerden at the helm, and Jimmie Wood injected into the sonic stew, Modern Roots Music ups the ante.

This is Nate Hancock’s ode to Mother Earth: from the up and coming

full length album NO PLACE QUITE LIKE HOME. 


Look for Nate Hancock at intimate venues to large theaters and festivals World Wide.