Natalie Shay is a multi-award-winning singer-songwriter and musician from North London, England. Not too long ago, she released an appealing pop tune, entitled, “New Wave,” written alongside Kaity Rae (The Shires, GIRLI, Liv Dawson).
Natalie Shay – “New Wave” single
“After a relationship, there’s that little period of time where you need to find your way. Then the new wave comes and it’s a super exciting start of something new.” – Natalie Shay explained
‘New Wave’ talks about the butterflies and excitement of entering into a romantic direction with someone. There is an uncertainty of not knowing how it will play out, but also a desire to remain in a bubble of amorous emotions. Furthermore, “New Wave” touches on how the end of a relationship gives you a fresh slate to kickstart into a new chapter, better and wiser than before.
‘New Wave’ also contains a relatable narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies. The warm, summer-ready tune possesses bright ‘80s-inspired, synth-laden instrumentation flavored with contemporary and electro-pop elements.
Natalie Shay combines her youthful and charismatic aura with her classical training and time spent at the prestigious BRIT School. She has finessed the ability to produce undeniably catchy music while maintaining musical maturity. Her sound is compared to the likes of Haim, Little Comets, and Fickle Friends. With her second EP in the works, and a show at Camden Assembly on November 24, 2021, Natalie Shay is a surefire artist to watch.
Her music has landed on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist in nine countries, and she has collectively amassed hundreds of thousands of streams online. Also, Shay is recognized as one of the UK’s hottest emerging talents, and her relatable lyrics touch on love, self-discovery, and the everyday experiences of a 20-something-year-old woman.
“New Wave” single
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