Raw, punky-blues affair
Natalie Pryce are a music collective from Glasgow that channel a fascination with the roots of jazz, blues and punk rock into their own unique, narrative, song-writing.
Their artistic and cinematic take on rock and roll makes their live show immersive and compelling.
"... they certainly proved different from the majority of acts on the Scottish scene, with a frontman in Mark Swan who hollered and raged like
Nick Cave. He was aided by some superbly insistent, loping basslines a delightful tendency by the band to deliver waves of noise with poise. Hugely impressive."
- JONATHAN GEDDES, THE HERALD
"It's a much overused sentiment in music journalism but Natalie Pryce really are distinctive in their sound. Dapper and often shamelessly catchy,
they counter their kinder tendencies with an air of cynicism and melancholy that borders, every so often, on the malevolent."
- CHRIS CUSACK, BLOC
Mark Swan makes his presence known by rambling away manically into a vintage mic, Nick Cave style, as he flails around the stage.
He pulls out various toys throughout the set which add a finishing touch to the creepy, murky projections cast on stage, while a bass-heavy rhythm section bring the pain. Despite an obvious
fascination for Lynch, their songs and live show are individually compelling."
- ROSS WATSON, THE SKINNY