Natalie's Box
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Natalie's Box

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"De La Warr Gig Review"

"Natalie’s Box are a different sort – spiky, jarred punk with a Libs-esque jangle in guitar, charisma riffed from bass and a vehemence in the vocals. ‘Bass Foundations’ is where it works – raw and keen, it’s three minutes of bounced punk energy." - East Magazine

"Observer review on Hastings Beer festival supporting Keane."

Here we are with Natalie's Box, a few minutes before they whip the crowd into a frenzy across the Park like a lawnmower engine powered whisk" - The Observer

"Bass Foundations Review"

We just want these to make it in the charts to cancel out Keane, I could stop there, but there is so much to say about this "band of brothers". They stick together in the most erratic and unstuck style, seeming to purposely taunt writers and fans to put their finger on their sound. I for one don't want to compare bands, I want something fresh, something that you think you know but then get tricked into false commitment. The hook on the chorus is the thing that gets the groove into your head. Played anywhere, not sounding out of place in any location or click really, punk, metal, reggae, funk, you name it, oh and a little ska, then screamo too. To make you listen, this is all you need to know: guitars, feeling, beats, bass, rap, screamo, attitude and a little eccentricity that can never go amiss in a band of this calibre. Bass Foundations is our and my favourite, with gigs that spread their name quicker than wild fire, they are a must see band, if you like fresh ideas and free spirit creativity ... hey! Get on board!" - HDROME.CO.UK


Natalie's Box E.P released 9th June 2008
Single Overdraft released 2nd June 2008
both are available on all major download websites including Itunes, Napster and Rhapsody.



Natalie's Box are a four piece Britpop indie hip hop rock group from the bexhill area. They are building on their reputation as one of the southeasts most promising and energetic live acts, a reputation which came to light after well recieved gigs at the Camden Barfly, The Fly and the Astoria 2 in 2007. The early half of '08 saw the band support the likes of Jack Penate and Zane Lowe to add to a list of support slots which also includes Bad Manners, Polytechnic and New Young Pony Club. They received airplay of their debut self released single on BBC Southern Counties radio and followed by releasing an E.P in the early summer which has followed with record label interest. After another few visits to London in 08 the band are gearing themselves up for festival slots in 2009. Supports with The Maccabees, Friendly Fires and Zane Lowe (again) are upcoming, as is the release of a second self released single 'Sleepless In Sick Cattle'