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UK Dance-Pop Singer Natalia Kills Is Ready for "Saturday Night"

The second single off upcoming album 'Trouble' is synth-driven New Wave brilliance

Two years after releasing her debut album Perfectionist, UK dance-pop singer Natalia Kills returns to prep the September release of her sophomore album Trouble.

Produced by Jeff Bhasker, the man behind Beyonce's "Party," Bruno Mars' "Locked Out of Heaven" and Fun.'s "We Are Young, "Saturday Night" finds Kills singing, "Momma you’re beautiful tonight/Movie star hair and that black eye/I can’t even notice it/When you smile so hard through a heartfelt lie" over a propulsive synth line straight out of 1983.

It's a nice piece of retro New Wave that will stand between the Knife and Austra on your Female Synth-Driven Pop Music That Kicks Ass playlist. Check it out above. 

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