Breakout talent Katie Kittermaster balances A Level studies with some of the most astute and honest lyrics in the singer-songwriter world at the moment. Knowing this makes Katie Kittermaster’s success all the more impressive since she has balanced her school work with a blossoming music career as well making her one of the biggest up and coming artists of 2019.
Another thing setting Kittermaster apart from the rest of her age group is that she is spared the uncertainty which comes after A-Levels, with a fruitful future in music glowing ever more illuminant. Currently on tour with Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy of Boyzlife, Katie Kittermaster is then set to be the only support for songstress Lucy Spraggan on her 37-date tour of the UK and Europe. With candid lyrics and a voice as beautiful as Katie has, it’s a guarantee that this tour will gain her well-deserved fans all over the place, just in time for the release of her cosy EP, ‘Coming Home At Dawn’.
Set to be released on November 1st via AWAL, Kittermaster’s upcoming EP ‘Coming Home At Dawn’, follows a jam-packed summer of festivals including El Dorado and Chris Evan’s popular CarFest. The EP opens with ‘Sunday Afternoon’, Katie’s debut single which serves as an ode to the comfortable, healthy relationship we all lust over in life just one out of the five sweet love songs written so maturely by such a young individual.
As well as a growing discography behind her including song ‘T-Shirt’ which won both the Commonwealth Song Of The Year and the UK Song-Writing Contest this year, and got Kittermaster to the final of the Lyricist Of The Year awards as well, it seems it’s not just admirable achievements being won by this remarkable young lady.
Katie Kittermaster is also attracting the attention of Roland Keyboards and Taylor Guitars, winning sponsorship deals from both as a result of her authentic song-writing style and confidence beyond her years on stage. She has been booked to open for household names such as Jools Holland and Marc Almond, following on from her triumphant support slot for none other than X Factor artists Olly Murs and Louisa Johnson.
With an upcoming EP in the pipeline and forthcoming supporting tour slot, it seems Kattie Kittermaster is the budding new talent everyone is obsessing over.