Aussie singer Natalie Imbruglia was one of the biggest one hit wonders of the '90s, thanks to the massive success of her song "Torn." While she continued to make music and act in both the UK and down under, she only had one more single in the US, the less-popular 2002 track "Wrong Impression."
Now 40, she's back with new(ish) music.
The singer is releasing an album of covers this summer, "Male," which finds her singing songs originally performed by men. Imbruglia dropped the first music video to promote the album earlier this week, where she's seen covering Daft Punk's "Instant Crush."
Check out the new video below:
Sporting '60s housewife fashion, the new video actually gives us some "Torn" flashbacks ... as a frustrated Natalie sings right into the camera.
"People are just so happy I'm singing again, and it's very touching to know even though I've been away for a long time," she said in a new interview with Mashable. "I actually felt a little bit bad. Fans were reaching out on social media like, 'When're you gonna sing again?'"
"Just the simple act of singing is just so pleasurable because I've allowed myself to take a break from it, so certainly people don't overdose on me," she adds.
We have to say, she looks and sounds great these days -- what do you think of the cover?
And, since you're here, watch the "Torn" video below. Prepare to have it stuck in your head all day!