Natalie Duncan Finds Herself Tangled In 'Lies'
Captivating us from the outset with the jazzy sophistication of her 2012 album, 'Devil In Me', the U.K.'s Natalie Duncan has proved to be equally seductive with her seamless transition into a sensibility more grounded in an electro-hued soulfulness. Anchoring both manifestations of her artistic expression has of course been the intuitive soul of her maturely articulate voice; equally capable of tender sensitivities, moving vulnerabilities and soulful exclamations, it is the perfect complement to the heart-felt honesty and keen intelligence of her emotionally literate pen. From Goldie to Jools Holland, and from Muse to Disclosure, Duncan's talent has made its mark, and the trend has continued with a Clash Magazine premier and Sunday Times acclaim for tracks from her recent 'Black & White' EP. Returning with the keening vocal motif, mellow, ruminative keys and swelling poignance of 'Lies', Duncan again showcases her abundant talent as the touching beauty of her voice muses with a heart-weary insight as to the opacity of intent that comes with tangled emotions.