In September, we embarked on an adventure/tour (an Adventour, if you will). We ate, drank, celebrated, and explored our way across over 2,300 miles from Canada to Asheville. Thank you to all who helped make this an Adventour of a lifetime. It was the first, but it will definitely not be the last <3
MASSIVE thanks to Relix Magazine for premiering the video for "Misery Loves Company, Too"! If you've ever wanted to see me break everything in sight in a fit of rage, this is the video for you.
Side note: I was actually pretty irate/insane when filming this. Read a bit about it in the article, and I only hope that one day you can all shatter china with your bare hands: http://www.relix.com/blogs/detail/video_premiere_natalie_royal_misery_loves_company_too
Supa cool yew guyz- you can now watch/listen to the stripped down versions of "It's Funny How" and "Darling, Don't" on the Lightning 100 website from when I popped into the studio a few weeks back!
Check them out below OR click here: http://lightning100.com/local-music/natalie-royal-performs-funny-darling-dont-video/
Yet another fabulous article on "Harbinger" for Examiner.com. I was compared to Dar Williams and P!nk in the same paragraph, so if that doesn't make you want to read it, I don't know what will.
(Also my favorite compliment in the entire world is when people can't truly define who I sound like. This is the coolest.)
HOLY MOSES. "Harbinger" has been given 4 out of 5 stars thanks to American Songwriter Magazine AND I was compared to a "young Joni Mitchell". I'm 99.9% sure I briefly lost consciousness when I read that line.
Check out this awesome article. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, American Songwriter!
My Last Prayer might just be my favorite track from the album, because it's one of those songs that truly tumbled out of me during the writing process (if you could even call it a "process").
Read a bit more about it in this awesome article debuted by Relevant Magazine: http://www.relevantmagazine.com/the-drop/my-last-prayer
Check out this writeup from an interview I did with East of 8th! Also - shout out to my MOM, getting recognition in the first sentence of the article. (Thanks, Mom)