Nataly Dawn of Pomplamoose hits the road with new solo album Gardenview

Beginning this Friday September 30 with a host of stops spanning the US, the Berkeley-based singer-songwriter will perform songs from her “beautiful, vintage” (NPR’s Guy Raz) new solo album Gardenview, along with a handful of French tunes that have quickly become Pomplamoose fan-favorites. The eight-date tour will highlight the sonic strangeness and unpredictable lyrical twists and turns on Gardenview as Nataly transcends genre with a vast array of musical forms: high-spirited folk hymns,McCartney-esque pop symphonies, and indie-rock-infused retellings of ancient Taoist fables.

At times rock-filled and indeed, McCartney-esque with the track “Every Second Day”, and at others impossibly delicate with turns like “Waking Up” and “Over the Moon”, Gardenview is a dreamy and thoughtful piece of art. The music sparkles with beauty and a relaxed yet vibrant energy, while Dawn’s tender vocals and chord choices infuse it with a bit of bittersweetness. This Californian is finding it pairing perfectly with the start of Fall; it’s a sunny drive before heading home to nest down for the colder weather, cozy and freeing all at once. If this sounds like I’m describing a wine, it’s only appropriate, as this is the kind of music that engages all your senses and offers a full experience of the artist’s vision.

I can only imagine the show will be just as lovely and creatively bursting as the album; don’t miss this stop when Nataly Dawn comes through your area.

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Lucky Lamond is San Francisco-based, San Diego-raised artist, writer, and creative producer Stephanie Lamond. Her debut album Carry Them All's vivid lyrics and musical textures pay homage to the immigrant Irish and Chinese American cultures that created her, while remaining singularly rooted in her California upbringing, and she continues to record original music and contribute to recordings as songwriter, engineer, and session musician. A lifelong member of the music industry, she cut her teeth backstage and on the PR Team at the NAMM Show, and has since carved a niche for herself as creative producer, project manager, and writer, with contributing credits including KMD Productions and its One and Dunn Podcast, Women of NAMM's Revoicing the Future podcast (where you can also catch her guest hosting), The Wild Honeypie, and the DIY publication The Danger!Sound. Through it all, her passion and mission is to elevate authentic human expression, because by telling the stories that make us who we are, we free those who come after us to be all they can be.