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Natalie releases her brand new single ‘A Sun Going Down’ on Fortress Sounds via AWAL
After an impressive 2020, which saw Natalie’s previously shared singles ‘Closure’ and ‘Devils’ land radio plays on BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 6 Music, BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio and tastemaker support from the likes of ‘CLASH’, ‘Under The Radar’, ‘God Is In The TV’, and ‘Breaking More Waves’ to name but a few, emerging alt-pop artist Natalie is now ready to kick off her 2021 in style as she returns with her latest euphoric offering ‘A Sun Going Down’.
Lifted from her forthcoming new album, ‘A Sun Going Down’ sees her channel more of that rich and vibrant sound that has impressed so many of late. With her bold and effortless vocals layered over a warm and effervescent bed of sweeping synths and pulsing production, her latest release cements her as one of the more captivating and enticing names rising right now.
Speaking about her new single, Natalie said, “Written & recorded just before lockdown, this song was birthed at a very tumultuous time for me personally, and as the rest of 2020 proved, professionally too.
This song is not about the obvious things that happened last year, more about my personal mindset and feelings, it’s about the dawning of intuition, a slow but staggering realisation that you don’t need a person, and the finality of walking forward without them – forever.”
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Natalie Releases New Single ‘Devils’
Natalie releases new single ‘Devils‘ on Fortress Sounds via AWAL. Listen / Download now.
Co-written with Dan Haggis from UK band The Wombats, Natalie shared: “Devils is essentially about allowing yourself every one in a while to give into emotions that are traditionally seen as negative, and that’s okay, because we are only human and need to experience and accept these feelings to be whole.
I think giving someone the space and support to say anything and everything they are experiencing or thinking and for that also to be ok is an amazing way to accept and move on, in a way it’s taking away the stigma and shame of these feelings and turning the experience into something positive that will make you stronger.”
Natalie Releases New Single ‘Closure’
Natalie releases new single ‘Closure’ on Fortress Sounds via AWAL. Listen / Download now.
Talking about the track Natalie shared: “Have you ever wanted to get over someone so much that you figuratively bury them? ‘Closure’ is the journey you take to finally slamming the door on that person. It’s a high energy middle finger to your once beloved.
What I imagine people doing when they listen to this song is bouncing around singing the chorus at the top of their lungs – I wanted to create something that is anthemic but also full of humour. Because sometimes, crying and laughing are not so different from one another.
When you are suffering from loss & grief from a bond that’s been broken, the emotions you feel are very complex and numerous, the facets of a break up are many – like a rainbow. This idea interests me because rainbows are always seen as positive, and I believe going through that range of feeling is also positive because it’s a necessary process FOR closure.”