Known for her hauntingly beautiful melodies and unique linguistic tongue, Katherine Aly is the one to take you to an alt-pop journey of dreamy soundscapes with lyrical elements and cinematic vibes. Having a strong record of collaborations, 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. 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 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 and Chester Live, with thousands of people watching her live set. Katherine has gained airplay on BBC Radio Scotland and nan Gaidheal, Amazing Radio and radio stations in Canada, France, Spain, Australia and California. She was also featured in Vogue Italia with photographer Jannica Honey. Identifying as genre-agnostic, Katherine Aly reveals her aptitude for Electronica for the first time with synth-pop God Breed, out on 10 July 2020 along with a new official video.
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