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Nati Dreddd | Scottish Spotlight

Nati Dreddd | Scottish Spotlight

Meet Scottish singer/songwriter Nati Dreddd...

We caught up with Nati Dreddd who talks us through some of her favourite songs and albums

Vaults - 'Midnight River'

"As soon as I heard this song way back in my old 9-5 I immediately fell in love. The driving beat, the crunching bass, the lyrics, the soulful melody and that piano that cuts through everything is pure heaven to my ears. It's one of those songs where you pop your headphones in and instantly feel good"

Tide Lines - 'Fortunes Of The Fearless'

"This tune, to me, is Scotland's answer to 'Castle on the Hill' by Ed Sheeran. You're taken by the story in the lyrics, the melody is beautifully uplifting and the song itself makes an excellent driving/running/hiking song. Always a favourite of mine"

Eagles - 'Hotel California'

"I cannot stress to you in words how much I wish I'd written this song. I've loved it since the moment I heard it all those years ago. 1, that twinkling, swell of melancholy guitars that hits you in the beginning tells you a story is unfolding. 2, "On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair" and then "Up ahead in the distance I saw a shimmering light, my head grew heavy and my sight grew dim. I had to stop for the night" powered by that melody completely sucks you in. Where are we going? Where have we stopped? We get to the infamous Hotel California and it's this chaotic story that Don Henley describes as "A journey from innocence to experience." All concluded with "You can never leave" and a stunning guitar coda that will have you hypnotised. 6 minutes and 31 seconds of pure joy"

Florence + The Machine - 'Drumming Song'

"I think I first played this album start to finish during a very long, summery walk home one night and I swear it made me feel 6ft tall by the end of it. This song in particular is a powerful yet vulnerable one. Do we need to even talk about the production? Aye we do. The use of percussion in this makes you feel overwhelmed, sympathetic, powerful and at peace all at once. There's one point where you feel like you've fallen into the sea in slow motion and when those drums pick back up, you feel like you're swimming for your life up to the surface. It's just a bloody fantastic song and paired with that hauntingly raw belt that Florence has you just cannae go wrong"

U2 - 'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For'

"Now it's a very specific version of this song that gets me all goosebumps and it is the live 'Rattle & Hum' version with the gospel choir. The reason it's so special to me is because I remember this specific version of the song was the first time music had ever elicited an emotional response from me, the response being tears. I was still quite young and my Dad put it on and said "Shut yer eyes and just listen" while he went out to tend to the garden. So I did exactly that. I shut my eyes and let this song wash over me and when it got towards the end where it's nothing but choir voices echoing in your ears as they repeat "but I still haven't found what I'm looking for", the tears came. I'd never felt anything like this from a song at this point yet and I was so overwhelmed by the beauty of it all. My Dad came in a few minutes later and smiled. "It's ged eh?" It's a very special and beautiful memory that I've always kept close to me and it always resurfaces whenever I hear this"

Nati plays her biggest headline show to date at Saint Luke's this coming Friday. Down to the very last tickets which can be purchased here...