The Scottish musician Natalie Clark, who’s pretty big in the indie-pop world at the moment, has a new single on the airwaves. It’s called “Late Train,” and this lass sure knows how to charm an audience with her soul-filled voice. She’s dead set on spinning these modern tales of romance, all wrapped up in some real chill tunes. You can’t help but feel a kind of warmth when you tune into this beautifully crafted song.
Listening to the tune, you feel like you’re being swept away into this amazing musical world, all thanks to Clark’s deeply emotional voice. It’s almost like hearing echoes from the glory days of Neo-soul. I mean, it’s hardly even started and you’re left sort of hanging, waiting for what comes next. Her voice? It’s like Amy Winehouse’s and Adele’s had a baby. There’s a raw honesty there which is both heart-breaking and uplifting at the same time.
The way Clark manages to weave these out-of-this-world catchy rhythms into her music is pretty unique. It’s kind of avant-garde. In “Late Train”, she amplifies this other-worldly voice in her lyrics. Coupled with comforting declarations and uplifting tunes – it’s like she’s holding up a mirror to our pandemic-hit world and telling us it’s gonna be all right.
“Late Train” isn’t just any music destination, it’s bloomin’ journey from start to finish. You could be forgiven for thinking the song is light and breezy, but take a closer listen and you’ll hear the soft beat of percussion dance alongside atmospheric synths and some melodic guitar. And it’s that beautifully tragic piano that ties it all together. It’s a feeling that sticks around even when the music’s stopped.
I have to mention as well, the production on “Late Train” is top-notch. Natalie combines indie pop and soulful vocals to create something that feels really fresh. With some quirky lo-fi vibes contrasting against a bit shinier, crystal-clear sound, it’s hard not to be amazed by her talent.
And when you really listen to the song, I mean really listen, you can’t help but sense Natalie’s sheer honesty and real emotional connection to her music. With ”Late Train” it’s clear she’s got something special going on in the indie pop scene. If you rate music that stirs your soul, gets you right in the feels, and gives a bit of calm in a world that seems all over the place, then get on that “Late Train”, mate. You won’t regret it.