Natalie McCool is a multifaceted artist whose musical journey of discovery through varied collaborations has now landed her on the most ambitious sound to date. Excelling in razor-sharp alt-pop production developed with Dave Berger from seminal Liverpool alt pop band Outfit, the new recordings have every hallmark of great pop music with a fresh twist of modern alternative influences.

‘Oh Danger’ is the new track from Natalie McCool and follows on from blog favourite ‘Pins’ which was a suitably prickly lament towards a faltering relationship, that ebbs and flows with an engrossing charm akin to Tove Lo or Lana Del Rey. This charm was not lost on Huw Stephens at Radio One who declared it ‘brilliant’ before playing the track on his show a number of times. ‘Pins’ came after the widely acclaimed ‘Dig it Out’, a dark ballad with syncopated vocal and shadowy video (released on Young and Lost Club), described by The Sunday Times as a ‘Mesmerising lilt-pop gem’.