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Having crafted a sonic language that’s as varied as it is distinctive, Natasha Khan hits creative paydirt in a big way on her third record, adding a refreshing hooky urgency to her trademark forays into alt-pop’s ethereal outer reaches. Picking just one standout track is a battle. Whether it’s the pastoral drama of “Lilies”, the glistening electronica powering “A Wall” or the way the spare, languid piano on “Laura” gives Khan’s spine-tingling vocal performance space to unfurl, The Haunted Man is a bottomless banquet of strange, subtle pleasures.

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Fantastic music

Big fan of this group, very underrated I think. Why I never hear of these guys touring is beyond me.

The Haunted Man

The most brilliant and talented Natasha Khan. As beautiful as the music she writes, and the voice of an angel. Totally underrated singer/songwriter.

sublime

To my mind, Natasha Khan's Bat for Lashes are the most interesting female-led bands around at the moment. I've tried Cat Power, Sharon van Etten, Beth Orton etc (forget Florence and the Machine).

Atmospheric, modern and interesting music with everything! Extraordinary talent....

Biography

Born: 25 October 1979 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Crafting a mystical indie-rock sound that drew comparisons to Kate Bush and Björk, Bat for Lashes is the project of Natasha Khan. Born into the Khan family of squash players -- which included her father Rahmat and her grandfather Nasrullah -- the half-Pakistani, half-English singer/songwriter moved to Hertfordshire, England when she was five and taught herself to play piano when she was 11. She conceived of Bat for Lashes while on a trip to San Francisco, drawing on inspirations like Steve Reich...
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