Atomic Kitten’s Natasha Hamilton Opens Up About Feeling ‘Traumatised’ by Music Industry

Atomic Kitten star Natasha Hamilton recently shared her experience of feeling “traumatised” by the music industry during her time with the girl group. Hamilton, who rose to fame in the late 90s alongside Liz McClarnon and Kerry Katona, spoke candidly about the challenges she faced after the group disbanded in 2004.

During an appearance on ITV’s This Morning, Hamilton revealed that she struggled to cope with the sudden end of her time with Atomic Kitten, leading her to lose friends and fall out of love with music. The singer described the post-group period as a difficult time of relearning life and finding new friends.

Despite the challenges, Hamilton has since found her way back to music and is set to release a solo single titled “Edge Of Us.” Reflecting on her journey, she expressed gratitude for sticking with music and pursuing her passion, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.

Hamilton’s return to music marks a significant milestone in her career, as she navigates the industry with a newfound appreciation for her craft. As she continues to explore her musical talents, fans can expect to see more of Natasha Hamilton’s artistry and resilience in the spotlight.