Pouring heartbreak and honesty along with raw intensity and soaring vocals into her songs, Natalie D-Napoleon's music is a genre-straddling fusion of Americana, indie-rock, and alt-country.
Raised on Croatian folk songs and American standards like "Blue Bayou" upon a farm clinging to a working class town near Perth, Australia the singer-songwriter (family legend has it that she's related to Bonaparte) has made her mark on the roots music scene with her two EP's "After the Flood" and "Here in California" and her recent debut album "Leaving Me Dry".
The album, "Leaving Me Dry", released in June 2012, is produced by David Piltch (bassist and collaborator of kd lang).
While Natalie has been busy getting her new album out to radio and press, it seems her colleagues that helped her make the record have been equally busy.
David Piltch has been playing with Bonnie Raitt, Hugh Laurie and Joe Henry. Aaron Sterling drums on both Taylor Swift's and John Mayer's new albums. Greg Liesz has been playing with Robert Plant and Eric Clapton.
Natalie D-Napoleon is an Australian singer-songwriter with an Americana heart. Her songs encompass passionate narratives that deal with the affairs of the heart. Be it love lost, love found, or the myriad of emotions that arise from the journey of the soul, Natalie conveys the experiences through a combination of hauntingly beautiful vocals and soulful instrumentation.