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Anna Nalick wrote her biggest hit single, “Breathe (2AM),” when she was 17 or 18, and more than a decade later, the California-based singer-songwriter still feels a strong relationship to that song and others from her 2005 debut album, “Wreck of the Day.”“It is pretty odd that sometimes I sing songs from ‘Wreck of the Day,’ and I feel almost like my 17-year-old self wrote those for me to hear now,” Nalick says.“It has some sort of weird premonition that someday I would need to hear those words.

They tried shelving my album for no other reason than a new president coming in had a different idea on the direction I should go.

I write all of my music myself, so there wasn’t really an option for me to go in with a hit writer and turning out a smash single.”“I felt like I needed a few years to get away from the business side and make sure that I retained my honesty and that I didn’t lose the truth of my music, which is what I came in with,” she says. I needed some time to grow up and make sure that I allowed myself to be a creative person first.

All of the other stuff is secondary.”“Breathe (2AM)” was such a big pop hit — the song was also featured twice on the television drama “Grey’s Anatomy” — that Nalick was labeled a pop singer, which she feels doesn’t really describe her music.“The first album wasn’t intended to necessarily be a pop album,” she says. It was part of what defined the sound of those years.

I think it fit the adult pop sound of the early 2000s. If I talk to my friends, who are super indie, they say I am pop.

But if I talk to my friends who write pop songs, they don’t think I am pop at all. I think I fall into the alternative genre and have probably pretty much always have been there.”“It broke some records,” Nalick says. It went gold within the first six months it was out, which was a big deal for the people on the business side. I didn’t think anybody would hear those songs at all.

I remember writing it with my door closed, in a whisper, because I was afraid my parents would hear what I was writing about.

Had I known that millions of people would hear it, I probably wouldn’t have written those songs.”“As an independent artist, I have learned how to take care of my own career in every aspect,” she says.

“I don’t know if I would have got to that point if I hadn’t been thrown to the wolves and had to figure it out.”Nalick is currently working on her third full-length album, with producer Daniel Heath (Lana Del Rey). I like that very driving rhythm section, so I like to utilize a real drummer.

She will introduce many of the new songs, with piano accompaniment from Will Gramling, at her show at the Acorn Theater on Saturday.“It has heavier production than the last one,” she says. It has a very cinematic backdrop.”“I can see how going in either direction with the next album could be really great,” she says.

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