Meet the next big thing in the singer-songwriter world!
Hotly tipped to become the next big thing in the singer-songwriter world is youngster Katie Kittermaster, who has just celebrated her 19th birthday. The bright young talent is currently on tour with none other than X Factor sensation Lucy Spraggan, in anticipation of her debut EP, Coming Home at Dawn, out now.
The EP opens with the lead single, ‘Sunday Afternoon’, beautiful musings on the comfort and pure joy found in a happy and healthy relationship. It’s a simplistic acoustically-driven song whose astute lyrics really set Katie apart from the rest of the pack as a true talent to keep an eye on.
“Music is a really powerful outlet for my own emotions,” says the 19-year old singer and songwriter, whose song ‘T-Shirt’ won both the Commonwealth Song of the Year and the UK Songwriting Contest this year, and got Kittermaster to the final of the Lyricist of the Year awards as well.
‘T-Shirt’ is the highlight in this sparkling debut, with the rest of the songs falling very close behind. It’s a song about wearing someone else’s t-shirt and the hope that it symbolizes that a relationship could be salvaged. The EP is full of similarly honest observations written from the point of view of someone navigating the world of romance for the first time and promises to find many fans in young listeners looking for someone to put these difficult emotions into words.
Coming Home at Dawn is out everywhere now! Listen to the EP on SoundCloud down below!
I am an 18 year old singer songwriter. This year I have performed at Carfest, The Big Feastival, El Dorado and many other amazing UK festivals. I have been lucky enough to open for Jools Holland, Olly Murs and Ronan Keating. In September I toured with Brian MxFadden and Keith Dufft from Boyzlife!
Katie Kittermaster, is a young singer/songwriter from Kent, UK. Katie has been lucky to perform in front of some major celebrities inlcuding Eva Longhoria, Ricky Martin and 50Cent. Eamonn Homles played her track on ITV’s This Morning and she has supported estalbished artists including Louisa Johnson and Jools Holland.