Natasha Bedingfield just debuted her first new song in quite a while. The singer attended the United Nations 2014 Equator Prize Gala in New York City last night, and performed a new song she wrote specifically for United Nations Climate Summit. “Love Song To The Earth” is an ode to keeping the world clean and safe. Forget about the things that divide us – religion, politics, race – and focus on joining together to take care of our planet Earth.
She performed it with Toby Gad, who co-wrote the song with Natasha.
“Love Song To The Earth” is beautiful ballad with soaring vocals and sincere emotion. Hopefully it can help bring people together to do good for our world.
Before the performance, Natasha shared some pictures on Instagram and expressed her excitement about the song:
“#socialgoodsummit watch us tonight on live stream at 5.50 est! We wrote a lovesong for the earth #Soundcheck #climatechange #2030now”
“Backstage ! About to sing at the #socialgoodsummit #2030now watch me on www.mashable.com/sgs”
Natasha will be performing the song again tonight at the Climate Summit:
“Got the whole world in our hands! Rehearsal last night at the UN. Ill be closing the summit today with a song we wrote especially #climatechange2014 #socialgood”
There is no word yet on whether “Love Song To The Earth” will be officially released. Natasha has been working on her 4th album – the follow-up to 2010’s Strip Me – for a couple of years. Toby Gad has worked with her during the writing process, so we may hear more of their collaborations once the album is released.
What do you think of “Love Song To The Earth”? We love it and hope that it will be included on Natasha’s next album.
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— +SocialGood (@plus_socialgood) September 22, 2014
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