Citroen DS4 & Natalie Duncan Partner For New Music Video

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PARIS – Sept 26, 2012: Soulful English talent Natalie Duncan has partnered with CitroŽn DS4 for her new music video. The distinctive DS model makes a dynamic appearance for new release ‘Find Me A Home’, which is taken from the singer-songwriter’s debut album ‘Devil In Me’. The single will go on sale 29 October.

Directed by Joe Elliott, the film follows Natalie as she pilots her DS4 around the moody night-time cityscape of London in a cinematic music video that nods to the tense drama of film-noir. The two separate journeys featured in the video come together set against the backdrop of the pulsating city late at night.

Born in Nottingham, and now living in London, Natalie Duncan’s sound is described as sitting somewhere between Radiohead and Nina Simone, with her compositions combining soul, classical and jazz influences. Appealing to a wide audience, Natalie has received critical acclaim from both press and industry peers with fans including Jools Holland, Goldie and Magnetic Man. Natalie released her debut single ‘The Sky is Falling’ in March 2012 followed by her debut album in July. Her cover of the Etta James classic ‘At Last’ features in a new advert for Auto Trader.

CitroŽn fans will be able see behind-the-scenes footage taken during the filming of the video. Coming soon to CitroŽn UK’s official Facebook page:

To watch the music video, click here:

CitroŽn continues its involvement with UK music as sponsor and official vehicle supplier to the 2012 Q Awards in October

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