Natasha Bedingfield promised a speedy return to the studio – even after having her first son over the New Year – and last month she officially began recording with Linda Perry. This week, Natasha gushed about completing her first three weeks back in the studio. She calls her new material “pretty incredible stuff” – so, naturally, we fans are dying to hear it! Maybe we can start with her song “Me Around You” sometime soon? In the meantime, check out these behind-the-scenes looks at Natasha in the studio:
Back to work! Last 3 weeks has been a great experience in the studio. Will tell u lots more about what it’s been like so far to go back to work after mama life. The highs and the lows. Stay tuned. Excited for the new material. Pretty incredible stuff. Love Natasha
2017 saw Natasha release four new songs, including “Let Go” and “Hey Boy.” However, her personal life took center stage in the latter half of the year; she announced her pregnancy in the fall, and her son Solomon was born on December 31st.
In February, Natasha said she was “really determined to get some of the best music and art that I’ve made out and into your ears”. Now that she’s back in the studio, we can’t help but wonder: might a new album be in the cards for 2018?
Natasha’s last album, Strip Me, came out an astonishing 8 years ago. Since then, Natasha has spent the better part of the past six years writing and recording, yet a full record still eludes us. Though we’ve gotten plenty of songs here and there over the years, fans are desperate for a full-length release. Here’s hoping we’ll finally get album #4 this year!
It’s exciting to know that new Natasha music could be coming our way. Catch up on all we know about the long-awaited fourth album. Keep checking back here for all the latest Natasha Bedingfield music news.
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