NEW SINGLE – ‘CARDIAC ARREST’
RELEASED – FORTRESS SOUNDS – 13TH NOVEMBER 2015
UK LIVE DATES – NOVEMBER 2015
Liverpool based, Natalie McCool is set to release a new single on Fortress Sounds (distributed by PIAS Recordings) on the 13th of November 2015.
‘Cardiac Arrest’, the follow up to the recent Huw Stephens favourite ‘Pins’, was recorded with Dave Berger from Outfit and mixed by Rich Turvey (the producer behind Radio One playlisted Clean Cut Kid, VITAMIN and 6music backed Blossoms).
Listen To ‘Cardiac Arrest’:
Future perfect pop that sets Natalie apart from her contemporaries, the track is the first taste of what to expect from the eagerly awaited album which is set for release early next year and is without doubt her finest and most accomplished set of songs to date.
Since arriving a couple of years ago with the release of her eponymously titled debut album, the singer, songwriter and multi instrumentalist has picked up a steadily growing fan base of fans and critics alike with her truly innovative and beautiful take on pop music.
Haunting yet vibrant, with her effortlessly catchy songs, McCool can count the aforementioned Huw Stephens, Janice Long, Amazing Radio, The SundayTimes, Q Magazine and sites such as Pigeons and Planes,Idolator andEarmilk as fans.
Natalie McCool sets off for a spot at the Zandari Festa in South Korea in early October and then returns to the UK for a short run of dates which include a London show at The Waiting Room on the 3RD of November and then one in Liverpool on the 19th of the month. More dates will be announced in the very near future.
OCT 04TH ZANDARI FESTA 2015 – ZANDARI, SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA
OCT 22ND EAGLE INN, MANCHESTER
NOV 03RD THE WAITING ROOM, LONDON
NOV 19TH PARR STREET STUDIO 2, LIVERPOOL
NOV 26TH BRUDENELL SOCIAL CLUB, LEEDS
‘Mesmerising lilt-pop gem’ The Sunday Times Hottest Track
‘McCool’s vocals caress each digitally formed pop and clap, flirting in and out with the multiple arrangements of synths, all of which provide the perfect soundscape for the heart-grabbing lyrics.’ The Music Ninja
‘Quickly buries itself under your skin with its mechanically pangs of lovesick fragility.’
‘Uniquely ethereal and visceral vocal that has us captivated.’ BlahblahblahScience