Scotland’s iconic pop singer returns with a single ‘Somehow’, taken off her 2018 album


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This new single captures Natasha’s dream-like vocals with distinctive similarities to the likes of Stevie Nicks and Anna Calvi and a prominent sense of female empowerment.

The track ‘Somehow’ was inspired by Natasha’s own experiences, which may also be understood by other people who find themselves in a similar situation for an opportunity for self-growth. Natasha says “All the songs on my album are a diary of my life, I write from personal experience”.

Natasha England has spent a lifetime making music. She was singing in the church choir in her native Scotland before her 10th birthday, and blues songs in a blues band by the age of 13. At 20, she was working in management, and helping to oversee the careers of, among others, David Bowie and Rod Stewart. A few years later, she had her own label, Towerbell, which launched the careers of Darts and Chas & Dave. And as a promoter, she arranged European tours for Jerry Lee Lewis, The Commodores, The Average White Band and James Brown.

By 1982, she was a Top 10 chart act with her version of the classic Iko Iko, produced by Tom Newman of Tubular Bells fame. It also charted in Ireland reaching number 7, and New Zealand where it peaked at number 5 as well as scoring 26th biggest selling single of the year. It was quickly followed by another hit, The Boom Boom Room and a charting album, Captured.

“Natasha England takes the unique authenticity of her lyrics and combines it with the enrapturing variety of her sound, to make the magical ‘Somehow’ a seriously great record that’s both accessible but exclusive to stand out amongst the crowd of other artists out there right now.”
– Sleeping Bag Studious

Source Lander PR

January 8, 2019 9:48am ET by Lander PR  

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