Nataly Dawn album artwork for Haze. Photo provided.
Nataly Dawn album artwork for Haze. Photo provided.

Haze, New Album Produced by Beau Sorrenson

Nataly Dawn, singer and songwriter from Northern California, will tour major cities on the West Coast this week.

Recently, Dawn released a video for the song ‘For the Record’ on YouTube. The production behind the video is professional, and the tone of the videography matches her point of view on the concept to the album.


Now as a 30-year-old, she finds herself in a period of self-reflection in life.

“I called the album Haze because that was my general state when I was writing these songs,” she says, “It’s that feeling of ‘walking around in a haze.’ The uncertainty that comes when a chapter of your life ends abruptly, and you’re not quite sure what’s happened. It also relates to the idea of being hazed: put through some strange and often cruel rite of passage.” She compares the process of writing the record to “doing an autopsy,” saying, “It’s a pretty gruesome process, but it’s the only way to know what happened…what is happening. It’s really no fun at all finding out what’s underneath! But it’s the only way to move ahead. So you dig and you pry and you try to get to the bottom of it, with the hope that maybe someday it will help somebody else figure out their shit too.”

Produced by Dawn and mixed by Beau Sorrenson (Death Cab for Cutie, Bob Mould, Superchunk) Haze was recorded in the Northern California home studio she shares with longtime partner (now husband) and other half of Pomplamoose, Jack Conte.

The honesty within Dawn’s music creates a connection with her endearing audience. Listen in to ‘For the Record’ and scan over upcoming tour dates.

For The Record - Nataly Dawn - Haze

Nataly Dawn on the Road

Tour Dates

Date | Location | Venue

November 10—Los Angeles, CA—The Hotel Café
November 15—San Francisco, CA—The Chapel
November 18—Portland, OR—The Old Church
November 19—Seattle, WA—Barboza
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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.