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- Comes with an exclusive signed polaroid.
- All orders on the store will receive an exclusive download EP of acoustic field recordings, recorded in countryside locations and captured on a vintage Nagra tape recorder in the summer of 2020
Katy J Pearson released her debut album, ‘Return’, on Heavenly Recordings on November 13th, 2020. The album was produced and recorded by Ali Chant in his Bristol studio and features the smash hit single, ‘Take Back The Radio.’
Katy is set to support BC Camplight in 2021 and has garnered support across the music press with her debut record and other singles, ‘Hey You,’ ‘Tonight’ and ‘Fix Me Up’. As The Guardian noted, ‘The Bristolian singer songwriter holds up the indie end of things with her uplifting debut album, ‘Return.’
All orders on the store will receive an exclusive download EP of acoustic field recordings, recorded in countryside locations and captured on a vintage Nagra tape recorder in the summer of 2020
Return symbolises the re-entry of Pearson into music-making after a previous, collaborative project with her brother fell foul of the pressures of a major label record deal and over the course of two-and-a-half years, between her parents’ house in Gloucestershire, her Bristol bedroom, and nearby community arts space The Island, Pearson honed her craft as a solo artist, learning to rely on her creative instincts, and bringing forth an album just as shaped by the South-West of England as the rich musical history of America’s Southern States. The songs were strengthened and evolved in a live setting - including in support of Olden Yolk and Cass McCombs on their respective UK and European tours — before being taken to the studio of producer Ali Chant (PJ Harvey, M. Ward, Perfume Genius, Gruff Rhys), where they were captured in their final form. The result is a jewel in the dirt by the side of the highway; ten songs which slide effortlessly between lovelorn country, lo-fi folk and glistening, unforgettable pop.
★★★★ DIY - ★★★★ Dork Magazine - ★★★★ Loud & Quiet - ★★★★ Mojo - ★★★★ Gigwise. “The birth of new indie star – Music Week.