It's not often that a brilliant young singer gets to work with her chief influences on her first shot out of the park, but Anna Nalick's irresistible blend of crisply poetic lyrics, haunting melodies, rich sense of harmony, and ethereal ambience merits nothing less.
Nalick's first single from her Wreck of the Day album was "Breathe (2 AM)", which peaked at No. It was heavily played on AAA and Hot AC stations across the U.
S., along with light airplay on Pop stations, and Nalick became one of 2005's biggest newcomers.
Her video for the track got very heavy airplay on VH1 and some MTV airplay as well.
At the time of the writing, Wreck of the Day has sold over 615,000 copies with a gold certification from the RIAA, and a No. In New Zealand, Wreck of the Day reached the Top 15 albums on the Top 40 Albums Chart.
[Verse 1:] Two AM and she calls me cause I'm still awake "Can you help me unravel my latest mistake?
Anna Christine Nalick (born March 30, 1984) is an American singer-songwriter.She grew up in a family where two of the grandparents had performed on Broadway, and where her parents exposed her to a number of different artists, including Elvis Presley and Led Zeppelin.Nalick says she draws more inspiration from poetry, literature, psychology, human behavior, and history than anything else.In high school she performed as lead singer in her own rock and goth rock bands as well as in a Rush cover band.She began performing and showcasing her writing as a solo artist when she was 18.Nalick's second album Broken Doll & Odds & Ends was released on June 5, 2011.