Natalise + the Sunset Run – ‘In the Fall’

We’ve covered Natalise + The Sunset Run a number of times here on Essentially Pop, most recently in January with their single, ‘Be’, from their ‘Constellations’ EP, released last year. Their second single from the EP, ‘In The Fall’, takes on a personal perspective, with Natalise opening up about getting swept off her feet unexpectedly.

Natalise + The Sunset Run – ‘Be’

Natalise + The Sunset Run first came to our attention late in 2016 with their track, ‘The Lucky Ones’, from their 2015 album, ‘Glimpses Of The Sun’. Last year they came back to us with another track from the album, ‘Love Unconditional’. Now Natalise Kalea and her band have returned with their latest track, ‘Be’, which comes from their latest EP, ‘Constellations’.

Natalise + The Sunset Run – ‘Love Unconditional’

‘Love Unconditional’ is a stunning track which will astound the listener to discover that it’s achieved almost purely by piano and voice. We introduced Natalise + The Sunset Run late last year with their album, ‘Glimpses Of The Sun’.

Natalise + The Sunset Run Release First Track ‘The Lucky Ones’ From Album ‘Glimpses Of The Sun’

With a sound inspired by the likes of Coldplay, Adele, One Republic, and John Legend, Natalise has taken her classical background and created modern heartfelt music, with her band The Sunset Run. Her new single, ‘The Lucky Ones’, is taken from her album, ‘Glimpses Of The Sun’, and features a gloriously shot video.

Bryan Fox – ‘I Saw My Ex-Wife Workin’ At The Bait Pro’

Bryan Fox is a whole lot of country and a little bit rock and roll. The Louisville, Kentucky native works as a dentist by day but music is where his heart lays, and he makes regular trips to Nashville and California to write and record music. Bryan’s song, ‘I Saw My Ex-Wife Workin’ At The Bass Pro’ was first released on his 2010 album ‘Big City Lights’, and six years later he released sophomore album, ‘It’s Gonna Be That Kind Of Night’. In 2017 he dug through his song catalogue to find the one which would lend itself best to a video: ‘Bass Pro’ leapt out at him. When Bass Pro denied his request to shoot the clip in their store, he decided to rework the song as a parody, and ‘Bait Pro’ was born.