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‘Talk Of This Town’ is also her first official single and is taken from her debut album which is coming out early 2018. It secured Catherine her first play on BBC Radio 1 and her 8th consecutive New Music Friday UK playlist plus adds to various popular playlists across Spotify, Apple Music etc. It’s an uplifting and inspiring track, encouraging people to go out there and live their dreams as she is doing, despite other people doubts.

You may have heard a lot from us about Catherine this year as she has been on a remarkable journey that is seeing her grow and grow into a country-pop superstar in the making. She released her debut acoustic EP One in December, followed up with the fabulous Starting From Now EP over the summer which was accompanied with mini social media animated videos for each track and various acoustic live sessions. She has also gone headfirst into performing live, playing a number of tours across the UK and Ireland supporting top names such as Kelsea Ballerini, The Shires, Picture This, Una Healy, Canaan Smith to name a few plus many debut festival appearances at the likes of British Summer Time, The Great Escape, Wilderness, Boardmasters, Longitude, Latitude and many more.

She is becoming known for her brilliant songwriting, which is fun, relatable and very authentic and has not only just won the hearts of her fans but also garnered interest with top Nashville and UK songwriters including award winning Steve Robson (Rascal Flatts, Take That, One Direction), who also co-wrote and produced the new single, Liz Rose (Taylor Swift), Jeffrey Steele (Tim McGraw, LeAnn Rimes) and Jimmy Robbins (Kelly Clarkson, Miranda Lambert) etc.

The new video really gives you a feel for this remarkable journey that this young talent has been experiencing throughout 2017 and it is only the beginning!

It would be great to hear back from you on this and hear what you think.

All the best,



LIVE DATES Sat 7th Oct – Under The Apple Tree Festival, London (supporting Picture This) Fri 27th Oct – SSE Arena, Belfast Sun 29th Oct – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds Mon 30th Oct – Thekla, Bristol Tue 31st Oct – O2 Institute 2, Birmingham Wed 1st Nov – O2 Shepherds Bush, London Fri 3rd Nov - Academy 3, Manchester Sat 4th Nov – The Liquid Rooms, Edinburgh Sun 5th Nov – Garage, Glasgow (supporting Dan + Shay) Tue 28th Nov – KOKO, London Wed 29th Nov – Trinity, Bristol Fri 1st Dec – Academy 2, Birmingham Sun 3rd Dec – Academy 2, Manchester Mon 4th Dec – St Lukes, Glasgow Wed 6th Dec – Vicar St, Dublin Thu 7th Dec – Mandela Hall, Belfast

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