‘Somehow’ , available now digitally at all major outlets, was recorded over the last few months with legendary producer Tom Newman (‘Tubular Bells’) and Steve Fearnley on the Isle Of Wight and in the Narrow Water Studio in Northern Ireland.
A dark and intense electronic pop song that recalls the ‘Deeper Into Reality’ album she made with the Emmy nominated Robert Logan, the new single is a bold statement of intent from the singer – songwriter and is the first taste of what to expect from Natasha’s new album later this year. Featuring thirteen brand new tracks, the ‘Somehow’ album encompasses dark electronica, cinematic sounds and psychedelic pop to great effect and is without doubt her most ambitious and accomplished set of songs to date.
After successfully establishing herself in the music industry as a manager, promoter and label owner, helping to assist and guide numerous artists ranging from David Bowie to Chas & Dave, Natasha England embarked on a solo career during the 1980’s, enjoying chart success with her debut album Captured and a UK top 10 single ‘Iko Iko’.
In the early 2000’s – everything Natasha had worked so hard to create was threatened after being diagnosed with breast cancer. She continued to write and record while receiving treatment, initially winning the battle.
Her 2010 album ‘Deeper Into Reality’, an experimental electronic collaboration with Emmy nominated producer Robert Logan, won critical acclaim, but her cancer had returned. Instead of allowing the new diagnosis to become any kind of setback, Natasha embraced natural cures and is now enjoying a revitalized level of health and well being she’d yet to experience.
Returning with ‘Somehow’ in 2108, the new album is truly personal and finds her sounding stronger than ever before – she has found a way to beat the odds and delivered the most intricate, inviting, and thought-provoking music she has made in a long and varied career.
Natasha England will announce some special live shows to coincide with the album release. More details to follow.