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If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked A Cake
Lisa Loeb and The Hollow Trees
"If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked a Cake", our take on the classic from the 1950s written by Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill and Clem Watts, is one of several old-time favorites, and some new original songs inspired by them, on our upcoming album That's What It's All About! Available November 10th wherever you stream your music!
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HOME IS WHERE YOU ARE is the latest single from Synth-Pop artist Natalie Gray coming out with Prostate Cancer UK.
Grabbing inspiration from some of Natalie Gray’s favourite artists such as Cyndi Lauper, as well as more recent artists such as Kings Elliot and Lawrence, this song is a raw and emotional song full of hope in moments of despair and remembering what really matters when it all falls down, with the epic guitar solos we’ve come to know and love from Natalie Gray’s music.
Following the success of Natalie’s previous single “Fire” supported by BBC introducing, HOME IS WHERE YOU ARE is a song dedicated to her family. In 2021 Natalie’s own dad was diagnosed with aggressive Prostate Cancer and on the day of his operation Natalie Gray wrote this song as a way to support him in a horrifically tough time. Thankfully due to quick actions Natalie’s dad is now living cancer free but the message of ‘listen to your body, get checked and don’t take no for an answer’ is a massive passion project for both Natalie Gray and her Dad, which is why this song comes out raising money for Prostate Cancer UK, to help them continue the incredible work they do.
HOME IS WHERE YOU ARE is a song about hope, faith and reminding yourself what actually matters in life. To remind yourself that in your darkest moments social media numbers or streams will not be there to support you or keep you warm. Family is what matters, in whatever way ‘family’ means to you, in whatever form.
Natalie Gray also has a JustGiving page set up for direct donations and is donating all her personal gig fees over October and November to Prostate Cancer UK.