Natalie Duncan's electro experimentation continues

Other | Friday 24th July 2015 | Annalisa

Following the success of her recent Black and White EP, gifted songstress Natalie Duncan returns with her new single ‘Kingston', released on 24th July.

‘Kingston’ showcases Natalie’s brilliant consistency in higher vocal ranges, whilst also exploring the electronic manipulation of her characteristically raw voice. The track’s production matches her heartfelt songwriting, opening with deep piano chords, gentle bass and minimal percussion that further demonstrate her remarkable sonic progression. 

Having previously drawn comparisons to Joni Mitchell, Nina Simone and Radiohead, Natalie’s sound has developed radically since the release of her debut album Devil in Me. Natalie’s broad appeal has already seen her win fans from the electronic scene in the form of SBTV and RWD magazine, solidifying her as a sought-after collaborator for the likes of Goldie and Magnetic Man.
A captivating live performer, Natalie will be playing a number of dates across the capital this summer, including 1st August at Hootenanny Brixton and 6th August at Cargo in Shoreditch. Armed with a flawless voice and a forward-thinking sound that demonstrates a growing sense of maturity, and with further new material in the pipeline, Natalie’s talents seem to have no bounds.  
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