Kat Hamilton Gives Us “Amnesia”

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Kat Hamilton is an artist to watch in 2020, and our ears are ready. Her latest single “Amnesia,” is a breath of fresh air, and a stunning one at that, as her true self shines through.

Kat Hamilton is a West-coast, singer, songwriter and performer. Hamilton has had the career trajectory of a chameleon; lending her talents to pop-punk, emo, r&b, hip-hop, pop, and country.

Kat shares: “I wrote “Amnesia” to a person who I knew I would never see again, but needed to have closure with. I was just months away from recording my album “Recovery Songs” and a song called “Back into you” was sitting in the 7th track spot that “Amnesia” would soon be in. “Amnesia” came out of me in five minutes and I knew it was the one. I was finally standing in my own skin and shouting at this person “This is how you effected me and this is the damage you did”. I have my own issues expressing anger. I’m afraid i’ll come off as a bitch or crazy. This song is what happened when I couldn’t hold that anger in anymore. We all have people in our past who have broken our spirit, or made us feel less. “Amnesia” is the raging, tear-stained letter to mine.”

In 2017, Hamilton ended her five year run as the front woman of popular east-coast pop punkers, Manic Pixi. In 2018, the multiple SXSW performer, reemerged with her own vulnerable approach to Indie-Rock. Kat Hamilton’s debut e.p “The Grey Area” dropped on November 5th, 2018. The intimate blend of country, pop, and emo has become a darling of Spotify playlists and indie bloggers alike. Her standout single “Bees” was featured on Fox’s family dramedy, Almost Family (2019). After relocating to Los Angeles, CA, Hamilton has shifted her focus to her upcoming solo album. The songwriters full length album, “Recovery Songs”, is slated for release in 2020 Kat Hamilton’s “Recovery Songs”, captivates the listener with her eclectic marriage of early 2000s Emo-Rock and Americana.

Weaving together the very best of spaghetti western music, alternative country and early 2000’s indie rock, with elements reminiscent of Death Cab for Cutie, Fleetwood Mac and Sheryl Crow, Hamilton has forged a sound unlike anything else. Recovery Songs was recorded at Hall of Justice in Seattle, WA and Hallowed Halls in Portland, OR. The album was produced by Allee Futterer (The Astronots), Engineered by Vira Byramji (Father John Misty, Patti Smith), Mixed by Ryan Gilligan (Kanye West, Kevin Garrett) and Mastered by Joe La Porta (Imagine Dragons, Lana Del Ray).
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