Previously known as Nut, she recorded the album for Sony. Described at the time as a “little known masterpiece”, it was championed by DJ’s Phil Jupitus, Mark Radcliffe and Jo Whiley
Her unique blend of acoustic guitars, seductive pop and vintage electronics is certain to appeal to fans of the likes of Florence and the Machine, Sia and Emiliana Torrini. Co-produced by Andy Ramsay (Stereolab) Kata has created an album which she describes as sounding like Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath before the inception of the Birthday Letters.
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