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Natalie D-Napoleon
On "After the Flood" Natalie channels the lament of a broken heart into an emotional resonance that is as rewarding and accessible as it is inflicting. While her sound is distinctively her own, it embraces the ethics of some of the genreā€™s greats. The recording broods with the majesty of Gillian Welch, rocks like Lucinda Williams at full-tilt, throws forth luscious harmonies as rich as Ryan Adams, but, in the end, just like Bob Dylan, Natalie brings it all back home. Natalie D-Napoleon might have been exploring her alt-country yearnings for a decade now, but "After the Flood" is a fresh, vibrant, and passionate testament to one person's will.