Natalie Evans is to re-release her seminal EP 'Houses', available for the first time ever on 12" vinyl. Along with the six original tracks are six new live tracks, including two full live band sessions recorded at Small Pond Studios, Brighton.
With an international cult fanbase already hanging on her every note, Natalie Evans’s debut album ‘Better At Night’ (and several single releases from the record) saw her intricate compositions and characterful vocals reaching more ears than ever before. Heavy support across BBC 6Music from Huw Stephens, Lauren Laverne, Guy Garvey, Radcliffe & Maconie - to add to the likes of Nick Luscombe (Late Junction, BBC R3), BBC Introducing, John Kennedy (Radio X), and live sessions for Robert Elms (BBC London) and BBC Radio Kent - has been joined by a wealth of press, podcast and playlist support, a widespread live tour, and festivals including ArcTanGent.
Studious and curious, Evans is influenced as a songwriter by a hugely eclectic array of artists from the pop-punk, math-rock, folk, experimental and classical worlds, citing influences such as Peter Broderick, Joanna Newsom, Julien Baker, Taken By Trees and Owen.