A band that operates in Glasgow, Natalie Pryce has just issued its first single. It’s a double A-sided release, made up of the songs “Janine” and “Bisclavaret” – two cuts that fittingly convey the band’s blend of jazz, blues and punk.
The dual essence of this release serves a specific purpose, namely exhibiting the band’s keenness on dichotomy, and establishing a ground where symmetry can be analyzed without compromises or apologies.
The tandem works as intended, as affection and abjection and are explored back and forth between these two compositions, resulting in the blackest of whites and vice versa.
Currently, Natalie Pryce comprises Mark Swan on vocals, harmonica and melodica, Greg Taylor on guitar, Steven Litts on bass and Stephen Coleman on drums.
A big “thank you” goes to singer Mark Swan for getting in touch personally, and sharing his work and insights. I wish you the best of lucks, and I look forwards to future releases from the band.