Following her singles “Roller Skate” and “Kick It,” Natasha Bedingfield’s latest taste of her upcoming album comes with a little help from rapper Angel Haze. The pair teamed up on “Everybody Come Together,” a laid-back but empowering anthem off Natasha’s new record, Roll With Me, due at the end of this month.
“Everybody Comes Together” opens with elegant strings and handclaps before Natasha comes in. She croons with ease over a soulful, R&B-tinged beat. The song sounds comfortingly old-school, harkening back to the turn of the century and the music that dominated then. On the chorus, Natasha sings, “Makes no difference what we all say – it can change when everybody comes together.” Angel Haze takes on the third verse, driving home the message of making a difference in the world. It’s an irresistible, feel-good song that inspires action and collaboration.
Listen to “Everybody Come Together” featuring Angel Haze below:
You can stream or download “Everybody Come Together” from all the major music providers here. Along with previous singles “Roller Skate” and “Kick It,” it will appear on Natasha’s upcoming album, Roll With Me, due out August 30th. You can pre-order it on iTunes and get instant downloads of all three songs – and two acoustic tracks – now. You can also pre-save the album on Spotify and Apple Music here.
Roll With Me
On August 30th, Natasha’s new album Roll With Me will be released. It features 14 original tracks, plus 4 acoustic bonus tracks. In addition to the first three singles – and the acoustic counterparts of the first two – fans can also hear live recordings of Natasha’s new songs, “King Of The World” and “Hey Papa.”
Check out the full tracklisting of Roll With Me here:
- Kick It
- Roller Skate
- Everybody Come Together (feat. Angel Haze)
- Hey Papa
- King Of The World
- It Could Be Love
- Where We Going Now
- Can’t Look Away
- Can’t Let Go
- No Man I See
- Sweet Nothing
- I Feel You
- Wishful Thinking
- Real Love
- Roller Skate (Acoustic)
- Kick It (Acoustic)
- Everybody Come Together (Acoustic)
- King Of The World (Acoustic)
We previously knew of 15 songs that could appear on Natasha’s new album, Roll With Me. All the new titles were recently registered on ASCAP, and Natasha wrote all of these with Linda Perry. Of that original list, only “Party Bus” and “Ten To Zero” did not make the cut for her album. “Feel You In My Life” seems to have been renamed “I Feel You.”
One new title not on that list is “Can’t Let Go.”
Natasha’s last album, Strip Me, came out an astonishing nine years ago, in December 2010. Since then, Natasha spent the better part of the past seven years writing and recording, releasing plenty of songs here and there over the years. Her latest new releases were the singles “Let Go,” “Love Looks Like,” and “Hey Boy” in 2017. That last song Natasha wrote with Linda Perry, with whom she recorded her entire new album throughout 2018. Natasha is now part of Linda’s label and management company, We Are Hear.
In February 2018, Natasha said she was “really determined to get some of the best music and art that I’ve made out and into your ears”. After working in the studio off and on for several years, Natasha started over in spring 2018, this time working exclusively with Linda Perry. The new music is said to be soulful and have a “disco-retro vibe,” and Natasha recently called it “life-changing.”
Last January, Natasha Bedingfield finally finished recording her long-awaited new album. In March, after months of teasing, it looked like Natasha may have artwork for her comeback single and album. Additionally, Natasha recorded the “Roller Skate” music video while in London and Berlin last month.
Natasha’s new album – her first since 2010’s Strip Me – will be out on August 30th. With “Roller Skate,” “Kick It,” and “Everybody Come Together” all out now, we have three excellent previews to overplay until Roll With Me comes out in just two weeks.
It’s exciting to have a one more taste of Natasha’s new album, and “Everybody Come Together” certainly promises more good things to come! Catch up on all we know about the long-awaited fourth album, and enjoy the new song! Keep checking back here for all the latest Natasha Bedingfield music news.
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