A CEREDIGION soul singer will be celebrating the release of her new album later this month.

Natasha Watts, from near Llangrannog, will release her latest album Music is My Life on March 24.

It is her most personal record to date, she told the Tivyside Advertiser. “I didn’t write for two years and then came back with this album,” Natasha said.

“It is about hope, is reflective and understanding about myself. There is a more personal message.

“I think it is an evaluation of me and my writing and music.

“It is the most personal record I have written.”

Tivyside Advertiser: The album cover was shot at Mwnt.The album cover was shot at Mwnt. (Image: Natasha Watts)

On writing a more personal record, she said: “It is about the relatability factor. We have got to try and be as honest and open as we can. That is why you have your fans, because most of them are invested in you.”

She believes that the lead single, Brighter Days, is a symbol of hope. Natasha said: “I think it is a message of hope and that better days are coming.”


One of her stand out tracks on the record is I Am Me. She said: “On a personal level, I Am Me is about realising who I am and accepting who I am.”

A number of radio stations including Jazz FM have already been playing tracks from Music is My Life. The album cover was also shot at Mwnt.

Tivyside Advertiser: Natasha will kick off her tour at Mwldan.Natasha will kick off her tour at Mwldan. (Image: Natasha Watts)

 The day after the album release, Saturday, March 25, Natasha will be starting off her UK tour in support of the album at Cardigan’s Mwldan.

“I love Cardigan,” she said. “It is close to my hometown and it makes sense that my local venue gets to hear my new music first.”

After Cardigan, Natasha will be performing in Basingstoke, London, Birmingham, Gravesend and Bury St Edmunds.

Natasha Watts’ fourth album, Music is My Life, is available on Friday, March 24 and can be bought from www.natashawattsmusic.com

Tickets for her tour date at Mwldan, Cardigan, on Saturday, March 25 at 7.30pm can be bought for £20 by visiting www.mwldan.co.uk or by calling 01239 621200.