‘Lost in Love’ Natasha Hardy’s debut album, a collection of original self-penned love songs, inspired by her passions, heartaches and the fairy-tale fantasies that falling in love can bring.
With the cinematic inspired arrangements comprising operatic, orchestral, Celtic and ambient elements,
‘Lost in Love’ brings a new twist to classical music.
From the orchestral led ‘In Too Deep’ and ‘Take Me Home’ to the ethereal and enigmatic ‘Beautiful Chaos’ and ‘Crossing The Highway’, Natasha’s beautiful vocals seamlessly unite the contemporary-operatic divide.
Lose yourself on a romantic journey and be transported to another world.
Natasha Hardy is a classical-crossover singer-songwriter from London, England. Her voice has been described as ‘angelic, haunting and ethereal’. Natasha is trained in both classical and contemporary traditions and writes her own material. Her fusion of classical and contemporary styles results in a beautiful cinematic blend of ethereal vocals with operatic, Celtic and ambient elements.
Her musical influences come from the ethereal voices of Enya and Sarah McLachlan, to the operatic voices of Renee Fleming and Angela Georgiou; film composers Hans Zimmer, Gabriel Yared and artists Enigma and Faithless.
Natasha brings a modern yet timeless twist to classical music.
Natasha’s beautiful tone and line, combined with her inspiring powerful lyrics really captivate; coupled with the interesting cinematic style arrangements, it is no surprise that Natasha has received radio support from BBC, including being featured on Classic Music, ‘Harmony Nights’ with broadcasting legend Bill Rennells’, earning the ‘Chart Breaker Song Of The Week’ from Spirit Radio Ireland for her single ‘In Too Deep’ and recently licensing her song ‘Strong’ in the award nominated movie ‘Viking Destiny’, featuring Terence Stamp; you can see Natasha is going from strength to strength.
Her self-funded and self-produced music videos have seen her build a dedicated following through her social media outlets, her ‘musical family’ as she calls them, show their global support. With her self-funded album ‘Lost in Love’ being released on her own label Peachie Recordings (a sly hint to her London home), this debut album is eagerly awaited.
Mi Ritiro is a slow tempo Italian lyrical ballad that captures Natasha’s beautiful vocals, which seamlessly unite the contemporary/operatic divide. The self-penned song literally translated ‘I Retreat’ introduces itself with Natasha’s ethereal vocals emerging gently from the piano and glass harmonica styled intro, building into her full classical voice over the simple yet elegant cinematic orchestration reminiscent of an old Italian movie.
Of the lyrics, Natasha explains “Sometimes we can unknowingly romanticise someone and make them into a version that we want to believe; this song is about the realization of having to unravel that and return to yourself whole, ready to tell a new story”.
Producer & Art Director: Natasha Hardy
Director of Photography & Editor: Laurence Hardy
IN TOO DEEP
This mesmerising music video has a cinematic quality and showcases Natasha’s beautiful vocals and song writing skills. One listen and you will be swept away, transported to Natasha’s romantic world of enchantment, passion and romance. A mid-tempo song, which introduces itself with a delicate blend of voice and piano, building gently with harp and strings, leading to an intricate orchestral arrangement, climaxing with a powerful finale reminiscent of an epic film score you wish you had heard before.
Producer & Art Director: Natasha Hardy
Director of Photography & Editor: Steven Wheeler
BBC Radio Berkshire – Paul Coia Show
“Secular with sacred overtones… amazing, a lovely song and a beautiful voice”
BBC Radio Sheffield – Sarah Major Show
“Our chart Breaker song of the week … ‘In Too Deep’, a wonderful new song”
SPIRIT Radio Ireland – Brian Farrell
“Amazing what a beautiful voice”
BCB 106.6fm Bradford Community Broadcasting (BCB) – Phil Lickley
“Natasha Hardy’s angelic and haunting vocals brings you a modern yet timeless twist to classical music.”
– VENTS Magazine
“Great emerging Classical crossover artist, breaking new ground and introducing people to a new type of sound”
Sam Liddicott – MUSIC MUSINGS AND SUCH
“Her voice reminds me of Evanescence, super powerful!”
“This is stunning, she is really special and the marriage of her vocal and the accompanying orchestration is breath-taking.”
Moodmaster Jukebook Playlist
“Natasha Hardy, a lovely new Crossover Soprano”
BBC Radio Oxford / BBC Radio Kent / BBC Radio Berkshire – Classic music with Bill Rennells
“Not strictly classical, but with enough interesting inspirations and references
(from Enya to the classically inspired piano accompaniment) …”
– Planet Hugill – A world of Classical Music
“With an incredible voice, ‘In Too Deep’ is an evocative, cinematic-song delivered with gentle energy by Hardy”
– KPBS Music Blog
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