NAT DUNN NEW SINGLE, ‘THE LAST TIME’
It’s often those who move beneath the surface that create the most impact. You may not immediately recognise the name, but Australia’s own Nat Dunn, who releases her first single ‘The Last Time’ today, exemplifies this very notion, allowing over a decade of global hit songwriting speak for itself, leaving an indelible mark in the process.
Although establishing herself with the pen and continuing to build one of the most impressive resumes in Australian songwriting history, Nat Dunn’s story is one of relentless ambition, unwavering work ethic and a seemingly endless creative energy, born from a lifelong music industry career as an artist, writer, producer, A&R and studio owner.
Now, stepping outside of the shadow of studio life, Nat Dunn unveils a project she calls ‘digital dust’, a treasure trove of collaborative tracks with friends, colleagues and peers with her vocal and songwriting front and center. This next phase of Nat’s career kicks off with the lush house-pop release produced by UK duo Snakehips, LA based Party Pupils and fellow Australian Styalz Fuego (Troye Sivan), the first of many upcoming singles.
As a featured artist, Nat Dunn has accumulated over 300 million streams via her collaborations with global heavy hitters like Duke Dumont, Gorgon City, Tiesto, R3hab and Hayden James. In the studio, Nat is the unseen force behind breaking hits from artists like BLACKPINK, Marshmello, Anne-Marie, ZAYN, Kygo, Charli XCX and Rita Ora to name a few, accumulating nearly 3 BILLION streams across DSPs.
Nat’s songwriting prowess shines through her remarkable portfolio, among many, include Anne Marie & Marshmello’s blockbuster ‘FRIENDS‘ (earning Nat the first ever One Billion Stream Award by APRA/AMCOS), Kygoand Rita Ora’s ‘Carry On’ for the 2019 film Pokemon Detective Pikachu, and Tally from BLACKPINK’s chart topping sophomore album ‘Born Pink’, which made history as the first ever girl group to debut at #1 in both the U.K. and U.S.
A genuine global citizen, Nat travelled the world early in search of success, finding mentorship by the likes of Linda Perry and Rodney ‘Darkchild’ Jerkins in her years in LA, to being schooled in the vast world of UK electronic genres in London by Gorgon City, Rudimental and more. More recently, Nat has found peace in her coastal treetop studio-home in the hinterland of Noosa, Queensland, helping guide acclaimed projects by homegrown Australian stars Matt Corby and Cub Sport in between whirlwind writing trips across the world.
‘THE LAST TIME’ LISTEN HERE