Kitty Liv has fired up music lovers around the globe from a very early age, co-fronting family band ‘Kitty, Daisy & Lewis’ selling over a quarter of a million records. The band toured the world numerous times, gaining fans by the likes of Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson and Coldplay.
She is now gearing up to storm an even broader fan base with a solo album project that marks a completely different direction for her.
As a songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Kitty is resonating with a more expansive set of her influences, from Erykah Badu and D’Angelo to Al Green and blues legend Howlin’ Wolf, to produce a body of personal songs that evoke the primal depths of Soul, Gospel blues & Rock and Roll.
There’s a deeper vocal riding over the songs, almost channeling her demons. Kitty has been developing her ideas over several years and is currently capturing some stunning performances in the studio.
Born and bred in Camden Town, Kitty lives and breathes music, founding Durham Sound Studios and collaborating with other musicians and artists, to capture magical moments on sparkling analogue recording gear.
When someone has been playing music, recording and writing from the age of seven, it’s only a matter of time before they take a quantum leap into a new paradigm.
Yes she can play guitar, piano, banjo, drums, upright bass and harmonica, but her solo project sees her fronting handpicked musicians and singing her own songs. Whether she’s with the band or taking to the stage solo, Kitty’s live performances promise a thrilling mix of original tunes, packed full of solid grooves and charming melodies, leaving the audience feeling they have witnessed the real, breathing, authentic deal. Her new adventure sees the singer and highly skilled multi-instrumentalist stepping into previously uncharted musical territory.