Genre: Pop
Contact: James Paterson




Born and raised in rural Wales, CATTY has always had grand ambitions. Bringing her brutally honest, relatable lyrics and inconceivably catchy hooks, CATTY delivers music from a female, queer perspective that proudly explores same sex relationships in the modern world. The London-based independent artist and songwriter pens bursts back onto the scene with her own brand of powerful pop which packs a punch. "I Dated A Monster" and “Healing Out Of Spite” got its live debut as part of CATTY's opening set for Dylan's UK tour. Belting her heart out every night and welcoming new fans into her world, CATTY's repertoire is packed with WLW anthems like the tongue-in-cheek "I Don't Miss You (I Just Miss Your Mom)" and the '80s-inspired glam-rock of "Maybe All The Rumours Are True".

Having amassed millions of streams on Spotify alone across 7 singles (and a further 30+ million streams on other projects/co-writes, notably Dusky Grey), CATTY has cemented herself as one to watch in the coming years. She has featured as the cover picture of Spotify's editorial playlists "Fresh Finds: Pop" and “New Pop UK”. Featured in New Music Friday's for UK, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Turkey, Switzerland and Korea, and also appeared in SALT, Life Sucks, Next Gen Singer-Songwriter, sad hour and GLOW: UK and Ireland. CATTY’s success has carried into the world of radio, regularly being featured on BBC Radio 1's 'Future Pop', where Maia Beth referred to CATTY as a "star on the rise". All 6 of CATTY's singles were placed on BBC Radio Wales' A-List and "I Don't Miss You (I Just Miss Your Mum)" was chosen as BBC Radio London's "Rising Record". She was featured multiple times on 'Friday Night H' (BBC Radio Wales) and also interviewed by Ian Watkins (Steps).

CATTY has taken her music across the nation, impressing fans with her powerhouse vocals and fun onstage antics. She has supported artists such as Dylan, Beth McCarthy and modernlove. and performed at iconic venues such as Eventim Apollo, Heaven and SCALA.

Stay tuned for more from CATTY soon as she prepares to spill more secrets in song form. "I Dated A Monster" is just the start of an exciting new chapter for this rising star. Having already covered Spotify's Fresh Finds Pop playlist and received spins on BBC Radio 1's Future Pop and Radio Wales, CATTY has her sights set on this year being hers.


live shows

Hyde Park, London - Stevie Nicks @ BST

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