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Natasha Bedingfield Announces New Album 'Roll With Me', Releases Soulful Track Roller Skate

Friday, 19 July 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Photo: Kristin Burns

Natasha Bedingfield is back.

The Grammy award-nominated singer, well known for her 2004 hit Unwritten, will put out her fourth album, ‘Roll With Me’, on August 30. It will be her first full-length offering since 2011’s ‘Strip Me’.

The record’s first cut, Roller Skate, is a soulful take on pop, with snippets of twanging guitar and brass instrumentation throughout. The second single Kick It is due on August 2, so stay tuned.





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