Strip Me Out December 7, 2010
Official Music Video For Title Track Premieres on Vevo Today, and is also featured in Paramount Picture’s Film Morning Glory, out November 10th
First Performance of New Material Announced
November 17th at the Troubadour in Los Angeles
First Live Television Performance of Strip Me set for December 7th on the Today Show and December 8th on LIVE With Regis & Kelly
New York, NY– As the December 7th release date approaches for Natasha Bedingfield’s third studio album Strip Me (Phonogenic/Epic Records), the Grammy nominated singer/songwriter is excited to announce her first full performance of new material to take place November 17th at the Troubadour in Los Angeles.
Watch “Strip Me” video after the jump…
The album’s lead single “Strip Me,” which can now be heard in the trailers to the Paramount Picture’s film Morning Glory, starring Rachel McAdams, Patrick Wilson, Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton, continues to climb the Pop radio charts on the strength of its incredibly buoyant and catchy refrain and its empowering and timely lyrics about being who you are and making sure you allow your voice to be heard.
The official music video for “Strip Me” premieres today on Vevo (http://www.vevo.com/watch/natasha-bedingfield/strip-me/GB1101000403), while a special video for Morning Glory will be forthcoming in conjunction with the film’s release on November 10th.
Strip Me is brimming with an impressive production team of modern hitmakers including, GRAMMY® award winner John Shanks (Michelle Branch, Sheryl Crow), Ryan Tedder (OneRepublic, Kelly Clarkson, Leona Lewis), Wayne Wilkins(Beyonce, Jordin Sparks), John Hill (Shakira, Santigold), Kleerup (Robyn, Cyndi Lauper), Danielle Brisebois(“Unwritten,” “Pocketful of Sunshine”) and reuniting with Steve Kipner, who produced Natasha’s own smash hit “These Words.”
Since the release of her massive debut album, Unwritten, in 2006, Natasha Bedingfield has sold more than 10 million singles and albums worldwide. In 2004, “These Words” became her first UK #1 single, and was followed by worldwide smash “Unwritten” which has been certified double platinum, and became the most played track at U.S. pop radio in 2006. It was also the first #1 pop single by a British Female Solo artist in the U.S. in over 20 years and garnered the singer-songwriter her first Grammy® nomination for “Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.” Natasha’s success continued with the release of her sophomore album, Pocketful Of Sunshine three years later, which featured the hits “Love Like This” withSean Kingston and “Pocket Full of Sunshine,” which has sold nearly 3 million copies to date.