Katherine Aly released the first single from her upcoming album
Inspired by the film ‘Call Me By Your Name’, Butterflies is a love song about finding yourself in the other; being elevated by experiencing an electrifying relationship that challenges you emotionally and intellectually while overwhelmingly shaping your identity. Katherine Aly introduces us to her most upbeat song so far, with an alt-pop release that will stand out for its stunning production and captivating vocal and lyrical work.
With her hauntingly beautiful voice and unique linguistic tongue, Katherine Aly is beginning to create a genuine buzz with a strong record of collaborations and her four singles to date. She embarked on her solo career in 2019, releasing the neoclassical ‘The Skin I’m Made Of’, followed by the progressive ‘Sunny Days’, the music video of which premiered on The Scotsman. In April 2020, she released dark-pop ‘Misty Me’, which amongst many excellent reviews, got her included in The Unsigned Guide's spotlight for May 2020.
Demonstrating her genre-defying output, the prolific artist’s synth-pop gem titled ‘God Breed’ was released in July 2020 and featured in Tenement TV and The Scotish Sun, where its official video premiered. Katherine’s solo and collaborative work has taken her to the stages of the historic King Tut’s in Glasgow and The Dublin Castle in London, festivals like Edinburgh Fringe, Hidden Door, EH6, Tenement Trail and Kelburn and at Glasgow’s First Footing Showcase, one of The Skinny Magazine’s music highlights of January 2020. During Covid-19 lockdown Katherine got invited to do live streams through Live Music Scotland, Chester Live and Kelburn Festival with thousands of people watching her live set. Katherine has gained airplay on BBC Radio Scotland and BBC nan Gaidheal, Amazing Radio as well as stations in the USA, Canada, France, Spain and as far afield as Australia. She was also featured in Vogue Italia via internationally-acclaimed photographer Jannica Honey. Introducing us to her most upbeat song so far, alt-pop ‘Butterflies’ out 23 October 2020, stands out for its stunning production and captivating vocal and lyrical work.
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BBC INTRODUCING “Katherine is simply divine (live January 2020)”
SCOTLAND ON SUNDAY “Katherine Aly is a unique talent….combining beautiful melodies, unusual phrasing and multi-part harmonies, Aly creates dreamy landscapes with a confident alt-pop sound…we predict a bright future..”
TENEMENT TV “..influences such as London Grammar, Lana Del Rey, Florence and the Machine and Bjork, Aly continues to explore the realms of alt-pop with confidence and a great deal of promise.”