British singer-recording artist Natasha Hardy has a glint in her eye as she runs barefoot through the forest in one of her hand-styled vintage ballgowns. Called "The Queen of the Forest" for a reason, her haunting, angelic, ethereal voice yields you to otherworldly realms of nature and enchantment. She elegantly fuses Cinematic, New Age, Classical, and Celtic influences into her self-penned, heart-achingly beautiful love songs.
You might feel like you have drifted into a haven with a hybrid of Enya, Sarah Brightman, and Evanescence - those soft, feminine, velvety tones over poetic lyrics serenading as you journey into a different world.
Natasha's debut album ‘Lost in Love’, is as intimate as it is evocative. Resonating with the yearnings and desires of the soul the songs espouse the pang of the rose and thorn while possessing a soul-stirring energy. The music awakens a sense of awe and wonder on the line where dreams and reality intertwine. Her mesmerising seraphic soprano gracefully weaves enigmatic tales and stories inviting listeners on an immersive and profoundly moving voyage into the depths of the heart.
Transcending conventional boundaries her music colours outside the lines of genre to uncover the truth of her authentic artistry. The allure of her music has already manifested in becoming Finalist for the 'Future Classic Womens Award' (Stefania Passamonte, Womens Radio) has been described as “a great emerging Classical crossover artist breaking new ground, introducing people to a new type of sound.” (Music Musing and Such) and her voice; “angelic and haunting vocals brings a modern yet timeless twist to classical music.” (Vents Magazine).
Natasha's notable accomplishments include her debut album, 'Lost in Love,' winning 'Best Vocal Album' by One World Music Radio, her single 'Bright Eyes' attaining an impressive position at Number 4 in the iTunes Classical Charts upon its release and as she now ventures into the realm of film soundtracks, with her composition 'Strong' as the poignant closing theme for the Feature Film 'Viking Destiny,' starring Terence Stamp, with each endeavour Natasha continues to thrive and build upon her successes as an independent artist.
A new collection of classic covers is on the horizon for release after the loss of her Father to cancer, serving as a testament to Natasha's personal journey over the last few years. She is currently planning her debut tour and is writing her eagerly anticipated follow-up album as she explores and unveils the compelling connection between human emotions and the natural world.