| Jul 16, 2014
Polish singer/songwriter Natalia Safran recently released her debut pop album, High Noon. The album provides her fans with a unique sound for every one of her tracks.
Thanks to the site Sellaband, a crowdfunding music community, Safran raised $50,000 to produce her album in record time and shot to the top of over 10,000 artists on the site. She recorded the 12 tracks from her album in the U.S. and Poland.
Safran performs her music with her brother, Mick Jaroszyk. His vocals are featured in many songs on High Noon, including “Say Goodbye” and “The One For Me.”
The sound of Safran’s music has been called “rocker chill,” according to her website. Each track on the album sounds different from the next, but still maintains Safran’s excellent vocals.
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