Birth Place: Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.
Years Active: 2002—present
Genres: Electronica, Trip-hop, Pop, Indie Rock
Natalie Walker is an American vocalist, songwriter and musician from Indiana who first came to prominence as part of the group Daughter Darling. While her time in the low-key electronica trip-hop outfit was promising, Walker decided on a solo career, and released her first album ''Urban Angel'' in 2006, which was produced by the duo Stuhr (Dan Chen and Nate Greenberg). The album made minor waves commercially, but it was a pair of songs from the full-length that helped Walker's career, one of which -- a remix of "Quicksand" -- was featured in the Sofia Coppola film ''Marie Antoinette'', while another -- "Circles" -- made it to television, featuring in an episode of Grey's Anatomy. Her follow-...
Impressive Debut Single From Natalie Walker Drops June 26