From different horizons, Naturally 7 is a musical phenomenon as original as it is surprising. This Human Beat Box band has acquired a lot of respect in the world of music. Influenced by different kinds of music going from Hip Hop, Soul and Rn’B to Gospel and Old School... everything is gathered to delight your ears.
These Americans have everything for them : in addition to being good looking and having an amazing style, NATURALLY 7 combine extremely good rythms, performances and above all, outstanding shows.
No instruments : just the sound of their mouths, but they sound just like the best guitar and harmonica players in the world. NATURALLY 7 now mark a real turning point in their history. Harmonica, DJ mix, guitar, percussions, piano, saxophone... everything is under control, which makes the admiration even stronger.
"Both Sides Now", the seventh full lenght album of Naturally 7, shows a real evolution in the vocal band's work from New York. The band is memorable by their interpretations of interantionally known hits like "In The Air Tonight" by Phil Collins, "Fix You" by Coldplay or their original song "Wall of Sound". All of these songs have been played during three world tours by the sides of Michael Buble, during as much as 467 concerts and 4 million people in 25 different countries.
This new album is brought together by powerful new melodies, mixed with vocal arrangements that reveal the remarkable talent of the band in creating a whole palet of of instruments using only their voices.
"Both Sides Now" is composed by some classics of the century : from Antin Dvorak's "Going Home" or even Sting's hit "Shape of My Heart", interpreted with Peter Hollens, revealed on YouTube by his acappella covers, all the way to a revisited version of "Hello" by Adele with the German artist Helene Fischer. Some of the songs on the album are originals with the conditions of a live show, like "Caught in the Moment" with Kevin Usola at the cello, which is the only instrument you'll hear on this album.
Artistic phenomenon or human phenomenon? Both, of course !