Last month, Natasha Bedingfield released Roll With Me, her first album in nine years. Following singles “Roller Skate,” “Kick It,” and “Everybody Come Together,” today we finally get our first visual for the album. Natasha just shared the music video for “Kick It,” the opening track on Roll With Me.
“Kick It” glides in softly, simple keyboard chords and atmospheric synths over a mid-tempo beat. Natasha’s first words are “Remember how you made me crazy? Remember how I didn’t care?” It sets the tone for a song about keeping the love alive through the years and through the ups and downs. But there are more downs right now, and Natasha has wounds and scars that need healing. This song actually highlights a theme heard on the rest of the album: fighting through the hard times to find the light at the end of the tunnel.
In its accompanying music video, Natasha dons numerous outfits as she grooves in front of simple sets. It starts with just her and a blank screen behind her, but she slowly adds in extra details: a streamer to wave around, a microphone to swing on top of her stage, a mirror on the floor beside her. Her styles and expressions are the focus here, driving home the message of the song’s lyrics.
Watch the music video for “Kick It” below:
You can stream or download the single version of “Kick It” from all the major music providers here. A longer version of the song appears on Natasha’s new album, as well as an alternate acoustic rendition. You can stream or buy Roll With Me at all the major music providers here.
In addition to the new “Kick It” music video, we should have another one for “Roller Skate” to look forward to. Natasha recorded its video in London and Berlin in July.
Next month, Natasha will embark on her North America Roll With Me tour. She’ll begin in Biloxi, Mississippi on October 12th and finish in San Francisco on November 3rd. Find all dates and get tickets now while you still can!
Enjoy the new “Kick It” music video, and be sure to listen to all of Roll With Me now. Keep checking back here for all the latest Natasha Bedingfield music news.
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