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Rolling Stone- India
Nashville-based alternative singer-songwriter Natalie Claro’s latest offering is the moody track “When Alcohol Tastes Like Juice” which is a coming-of-age metaphor on the notion that when a cocktail is so sugary, you can hardly taste the alcohol. The track builds splendidly to include distorted guitars and heavy drums while Claro’s smooth vocals hit all the right notes
American Songwriter - Bringin' it Backwards
The badass multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter, Natalie Claro recently released a music video for her song “Discomposure“.
The Deli NYC
Natalie Claro’s music is a menagerie of influences - her full length debut Disconnect is a fluid collection of songs equal parts garage, singer-songwriter, and folk, with additional nods to electronic R&B and classical piano composition. It may sound like a lofty undertaking for a single record, but Claro’s strength comes primarily from her ability to channel a variety of genres into a cohesive, exciting sound, one united by her explosive vocal performances.
New York Minute Mag
Though she’s classified as an alternative rock artist, Natalie’s music crosses genres and stuns listeners with a unique sound like no other. When she performs, Natalie gives it her all through drum solos, carefree dancing, and tricks like cartwheels and backbends, leaving an unforgettable impression on the crowd. What’s even more impressive is that Natalie writes and produces her music herself.
We are beyond thrilled and honoured to be premiering Natalie Claro's latest masterpiece: the music video for the track "Mountains"! For those who aren't aware of Natalie Claro yet, please meet Natalie Claro, the 18yr singer/songwriter who's music is filled with influences from rock, pop, folk and a punch beyond reason!
Claro made the decision to cover "Somebody to Love." While the influence of Freddie Mercury is obvious throughout the cover, Claro brings her own originality to the song with a bit of a jazzy, angsty vocalization to the lyrics. Her raspy, rock-like vocals and addition of the electric guitar give a sense of originality to the widely-covered song.
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