Natalie Almost Swears It’s All “Evil”
This is a dark pop track that is meant to fight the traditional views of romance while remaining thoughtful about its effects.
A dark pop tune that explores desire.
Natalie is an anti-genre singer and songwriter who crafts stunning tunes, unlike anything you’ve heard before. This artist’s creations showcase her unique style and unquestionable talent. Many of her pieces observe the other side of many overly generalized or brushed-over situations. Everyone assumes things are easy; she’s here to tell us that isn’t true. One of Natalie’s previous releases is the track “Torment.” While chatting about her new tune, however, there’s more information on its source. The artist said, “There aren’t enough songs about lesbian hook-up culture or the environment and factors surrounding it. Sure, sapphic love songs have their place, but not everything is about love, and I wanted to focus on the messy and chaotic reality outside of that.” Natalie’s discography is available on Spotify and SoundCloud. Her newest single is the dark piece, “Evil.”
This is a dark pop track that is meant to fight the traditional views of romance while remaining thoughtful about its effects. “Evil” is seductively creepy enough to get your skin crawling as you consider that not all love is pleasant with butterflies in your stomach. Lyrics like “Baby, take your shoes off, walk in / I can make you fear god, feel sin, can you feel the goosebumps on my skin?” and “Hands around my waist, it’s lethal / I know your man thinks I’m evil” explore sapphic desire. At the same time, the song pokes fun at the stereotypes connected to female same-sex relationships. For added visual effect, the consistent and disturbing album cover leaves us with the impression that Natalie is not all that she seems. So, press play below to experience the devilish delights of being “Evil.”
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