New Music: Natalie Lurie ‘No Mercy In The Night’


Nashville musician Natalie Lurie has released her music video for No Mercy In The Night.

The video was shot in Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood and directed by Ben Krebs, a talented Photographer/Art Director that has worked with Bon Iver, Garth Brooks, and The Band Perry. Natalie loved the idea of incorporating different mediums of art into the video, and added choreography to complement the emotionally charged song.

Fans can pre-order Natalie’s No Mercy In The Night EP at iTunes, and receive a download of the first two singles, “No Mercy In The Night” and “I Was Gold.” The EP will be independently released on March 25.

Her fascination with the harp began at age seven when she spotted the instrument in a music shop. She sat down and began strumming until the shop owner closed up for the night. Natalie’s harp studies have taken her across the globe. During her senior year of high school she attended the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. After that, she studied privately in France and Switzerland, before returning to the US where she completed her undergraduate work under renowned harpist Susann McDonald at Indiana University.

Though she is classically trained, Natalie has always held an interest in expanding the harp beyond its traditional classical genre. Before moving to Nashville to pursue songwriting and performing, she spent time in Muscle Shoals, AL working with original session musicians from the 1960s. After releasing No Mercy In The Night this spring, she will move to London to pursue a Master of Arts in Harp Performance at the Royal Academy of Music.

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