We review the new single from Natural Twenty – Moving On
Earlier this month, Canadian six-piece, Natural Twenty returned with their latest single, ‘Moving On’. Their second studio release, ‘Moving On’, follows on from the release of the band’s debut single, ‘Pocari’.
Hailing from Alberta, Canada, Natural Twenty united to create a perfect representation of the modern Canadian population. With a mixture of ethnicities within the group, made up of Filipino, Malaysian, Pakistani, Korean, German, and Canadian musicians – Natural Twenty are here to try and make you get up and dance. With ‘Moving On’, Natural Twenty do exactly that.
Written about the feelings of overcoming large traumas, ‘Moving On’ takes influences from the likes of pop, R’n’B, and soul to create a lively, compelling arrangement that is destined to get listeners grooving. With a talented display of instrumentation, ‘Moving On’ naturally gains momentum – showing an impressive amount of talent from each of Natural Twenty’s six members.
The track also finds itself home to equally as compelling lead vocals, that discuss relatable topics against an upbeat, dance-y instrumental that makes the track feel tinted with an overall midst of optimism.
‘Moving On’ is a fun, bright listen that is destined to allow Natural Twenty to reach new heights. Combining a strong mixture of different genres that allows each member to bring in their individual style, the track shows high levels of musicianship that many will be in awe of.