Natasha Bedingfield Performs “Love Looks Like” Acoustic In New Video

Yesterday, Natasha Bedingfield’s new song with Art House, “Love Looks Like,” was released on iTunes and Spotify. Today, Natasha reimagined the soaring ballad into an intimate acoustic performance. Though this version of “Love Looks Like” is only two minutes long, it still captures the full power of the lyrics.

Sitting next to a crackling fireplace, Natasha glides through “Love Looks Like” while her partner accompanies her on acoustic guitar. It’s a lovely performance, and a hint of how the song would sound in a full concert setting. Watch the “Love Looks Like” acoustic performance below, and be sure to listen to the full studio version as well.

With so much new music all of a sudden, is a full Natasha Bedingfield album on the way? Natasha has been writing and recording for a few years. In addition to various collaborations, she has released a few solo songs since her album Strip Me came out in 2010. She performed a new song called “I Like You” in 2013. Her charity song “Hope” debuted out in 2015, and in 2016 Natasha released her Basto collab, “Unicorn.”

Last week, Natasha shared two brand new songs: “Let Go,” which came with a music video showing off Nestea, and “More Of Me” for the new Disney Channel show, Tangled: The Series.

Natasha has not yet confirmed when a new album will be ready for her fans to hear. But with any luck, 2017 will be the year. Nearly 20 new Natasha songs have recently appeared on ASCAP, hopefully indicating new music is ready for release. Keep checking back here for all the latest Natasha Bedingfield music news. And in the meantime, enjoy the three new songs. You can buy “Love Looks Like” on iTunes or stream it on Spotify now.

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