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A Vintage Aesthetic from Natalis

A new single release from Natalis comes through with a very honest approach and a smooth tonality that blends pop with a classic disco undertone, and it brings those two elements together with a set of beautifully natural instrumentation so that the track holds the aesthetic of something that was actually released in the '70s.

This track is bursting with lush instruments like string sections, horns, live drums, piano and so much more that all come together with this vocal performance that delivers such a heavy-handed character that you get attached to it right from the get-go.

"When Will I See You Again" holds to the vintage soundscape of the original recording by Johnny Mathis, and it also comes through with this certain kind of heart and overall tone that gives you a nostalgic feeling inside.

The song is brilliantly orchestrated and you can tell that there was a lot of attention to detail during the creation of this track however, it never loses that character or that persona that it begins with in the first place and that might be the most important part of everything.

I find it amazing how Natalis showcases her energy and presence on this track and also how she's able to adapt her vocal approach to the style of this track and have it come through so authentically.

The release has a great groove and is unbelievably danceable but is also very dynamically balanced so that the song has a subtle but robust feel at the same time.

Upon listening to this song, I took it upon myself to go ahead and take a little bit of a deep dive into her catalog and I'm glad that I did because as you go through it all, you get a sense of personality and honesty with a lot of the songs released and with that you also have such a great array of songwriting styles that show face.

Natalis is an artist that has been paving her path musically and she releases tracks a little bit differently each time so she's putting herself out there with fewer boundaries than the norm.

The track is released with Zada Records who, upon some research, seems to have an outstanding array of artists and releases themselves and are well worth checking out, to say the least.

Natalis is the kind of artist that I will be paying attention to from here on out and you probably should too as she keeps releasing music continuously and everything she does shines with presence and diversity.

I would certainly start with this single and work your way back through her catalog because it's well worth your time and there will be plenty of songs that you will want to add to your playlists.

I'm going to give this track a 9 out of 10 because of its performance, arrangement, and how it's aesthetically nailed by all parts and from all angles.

Brilliantly done.

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