Natalie Hart is a Brooklyn-based pop singer. Not too long ago, she released “Hang the Moon”, an upbeat rhythmic tune from her “Curtains” EP.
Natalie Hart – “Hang the Moon”
“‘Hang The Moon’ is the first piece of the puzzle. It’s a dreamy, upbeat, New Orleans brass-tinged track that captures the feel of that first spark of infatuation. Also, it was inspired by the famous scene in “It’s A Wonderful Life” where the main character offers to pull down the moon for his new love and gift it to her. Much of the album is inspired by classic films. Look for references in the bridge!” – Natalie Hart
‘Hang the Moon’ contains a cinematic-themed storyline, poppin’ soul vocals, and an upbeat, horns-driven instrumentation embedded with a New Orleans’ brass sound.
Hang the moon is the placement of the moon in the sky. Also, it’s used as an example of an extraordinary act done by someone who is viewed with excessive admiration.
Natalie Hart’s father named her after Natalie Cole. Her musical influences include Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, and Nina Simone. Check out her “Curtains” EP below and let us know what you think.
“Hang the Moon”
“‘Curtains’ is 5 years in the making. The album tells the cyclical story of infatuation—a vocally ambitious, sonically dramatic delve into the impact a short-lived season can have when it doesn’t get its cinematic ending.” – Natalie Hart
We recommend adding Natalie Hart’s “Hang the Moon” single to your personal playlist.