Singer-songwriter, Rochelle Natoli’s passion for music started as an eight-year-old with violin and singing lessons and through all the life discoveries of growing up and growing into yourself, music is the one thing that she has stuck with to her core.
Based in the coastal region of Sydney’s Sutherland Shire, Rochelle has a love of surfing, hiking and the outdoors. She’s a country girl at heart with strong ties to her family farm at Braidwood which you can hear flowing into her indie-folk, easy listening sound.
Rochelle wrote, recorded and even hand-drew the art for her first three singles while also finishing year 12 (let’s not mention there was also a pandemic in the same year)
Rochelle’s debut EP Some days….are pulling us apart, is a suitcase full of souvenirs of her final years of high school and forging into what comes next. This debut EP is best listened to on a road trip with a bunch of mates or when you’re feeling self-reflective in the calm surrounding of wherever feels like home.
Produced by Luke Carra (singer and guitarist, Caravana Sun) and engineered/co-produced by Ian Prichett (Kim Churchill/Angus and Julia Stone), Some days….are pulling us apart has a touch of Rochelle’s Missy Higgins and Taylor Swift influence with an Alex and the Astronaut/Ruby Fields edge.
Rochelle’s first headline show is at Lazy Bones WED 19th May supported by Amarah
7pm Doors 🍷
$30+bf entry includes a whole pizza 🍕 of your choice.
Lazybones Lounge Restaurant & Bar is a COVID Safe venue. You must obey the conditions of entry ✅