Coming across liked a mood book of the greatest pop-rock sounds of the 80s and 90s, One by Natalie Lynn is an not-so-guilty pleasure for those that like their pop sullen yet fun.
Lynn cites influences such as Stevie Nicks, Haim and The 1975, and you can hear that in the pop sheen that’s been applied to such a stirring pop-meets-rock sound.
For me there’s a hint of Belinda Carlisle in the vocals, a sense of vulnerability and openness underneath the surface bravado, and that brings another layer of emotion to the lyrics on One.
It’s not an easy trick to reference some iconic artists but create or retain your own style, but Natalie Lynn pulls it off with ease.
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