Remember, as a kid, when you couldn’t wait until you were a grownup? Well, nobody told us that being an adult isn’t all fun and games. Booth newcomer Natural‘s latest single and EP title track, which chronicles the artist’s difficult transition into adulthood, will likely resonate with each and every 20 Something out there. Teddy Roxpin’s soulful, bluesy beat is the perfect selection, as Natural’s lyrics are definitely blues-esque. In a brash yet crystal-clear flow, the Beantown native covers everything from the sparse job market to social media, and even manages to squeeze in a Boston-centered sports reference (”Bout to walk off / Big Papi with the bat flip.”) before the song ends. There is plenty more where this came from on Natural’s 20 Something EP, available online as of September.
Written by Lucas G. on 03/26/13
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