Natalie Gelman releases "Unloving You," an acoustic follow-up single from her new album, Moth To The Flame
Burgeoning singer-songwriter Natalie Gelman has followed up her highly-anticipated new album Moth To The Flame with a new acoustic single, "Unloving You." Listen to the song here: https://nataliegelman.lnk.to/unlovingyou
Marking an important new chapter for the Ojai, California-based talent, Moth To The Flame shows off Gelman's range as an artist, expanding into a pop-leaning sound that is both timeless and distinctly modern. Infused at moments with elements from Americana and folk, the collection of songs showcases Gelman's incredibly talents as a lyricist and classically-trained musician.
Co-written with producer Charlie Midnight (Joni Mitchell, Katy Perry) and brought to life with the help of a dream team of creatives, Moth To The Flame was mixed by Grammy award-winning sound engineer Jason Mariani (Lissie, Mumford & Sons) and mastered by Grammy award-winning engineer icon Bernie Grundman (Michael Jackson, OutKast). Gelman handpicked the entire lineup of talented musicians for the project, recruiting talents who have previously worked with such artists as Patty Griffin, Fiona Apple, Brandi Carlile and more.
Mixing emotionally raw lyrics with polished, expertly-crafted soundscapes, Moth To The Flame finds Gelman at a new creative peak. Constantly creating, Gelman has previously released a self-titled album, an EP and four singles that earned praise from The New York Times, Huffington Post, The New York Post, PopMatters, LA Weekly, Songwriting Magazine and more. Determined to try something new and elevate her career to a new level, Gelman pushed her own creative boundaries like never before. Long hours in the studio mixed with the urge to think out of the box added a new dynamic to her creative process. During this time, she also faced a myriad of challenges and personal accomplishments. A string of incredible successes emerged; she got married and was tapped as the opening act for some incredible artists, including Bon Jovi. But with the highs also came some devastating lows. She lost her mother to Alzheimer's disease. Somehow, those hills and valleys didn't keep Natalie from pursing her goals.
“I feel an everlasting draw to music, sometimes at the expense of the rest of my life," Gelman says. "Like a moth to a flame, I continue to drive towards it, even when the price is frustration or pain. Sometimes we need to experience adversity to truly appreciate our purpose, and music is that purpose for me."
In many ways, Moth To The Flame stands as a representation of her perseverance. Ahead of the record's release, Gelman shared three singles with fans. The Americana-tinged, immediately infectious "Heavy, Heavy Heart" earned a spot on DittyTV's Ditty Dozen playlist. Reflective and emotional, "Photograph" is immensely relatable track shows off Gelman's incredible talents as both a vocalist and songwriter. Building to an engulfing chorus, the track explores complicated elements of a relationship that continues to linger in both heart and mind. The hopeful lead single "Better Days" shares a message that we all can relate to in time like these - a brighter day will come, even in the darkest of times. A truly rare talent, Gelman is able to tap into the human experience with wit, wisdom and courage.