Sit Kitty Sit Take Over NYC This Week; Tickets on Sale Now

Sit Kitty Sit

Sit Kitty Sit are currently making their way through the East Coast on a lengthy tour which stops in New York this week. You can catch the group at the Rock Shop (11/20) and Pianos (11/19) respectively. The heavy hitting duo bring to life elements of drums meet piano, accompanied by singer Kat Downs flawless vocal work. Drummer Mike Thompson brings the music to a whole new level with his intricate playing. Sit Kitty Sit currently have a new video out for “Birmingham,” off the latest masterpiece, Everlasting Fire, out now. Check out their New York dates below and try to make it out if you can!

11/19 – Pianos – 7pm / 21+ / $8

11/20 – The Rock Shop – 8pm / 21+ / $8-$10
Tickets HERE

SIT KITTY SIT Unleashes “Birmingham”

Sit Kitty Sit
San Francisco’s SIT KITTY SIT is Kat Downs and Mike Thompson. The duo, who create an undeniable pop/proggy piano and drum sound, has been described as Dresden Dolls mixed with King Crimson, & Fiona Apple.Following their initial debut EP, The Push, in September of 2010, SKS became known for consistently thrilling audiences with their energetically intense live performances. No holds barred, this group produces addictive rock n’ roll – with only two people, and not one guitar in sight.

February 2012 saw the release of their much anticipated sophomore album, Beautiful/Terrible, on the former independent label, Gun Horse Records. Following local and regional touring, 2013 saw the first national tour for the duo as well as the release of their second full-production music video, “My Beloved”, in April 2013.

2014 unleashed the release of Sit Kitty Sit’s third studio album, Everlasting Fire.  Based entirely on Dante’s Inferno, this storyline album showcases the extensive versatility of Downs and Thompson as a team.  Spanning seven genres and boasting 15 guest artists, the May 2014 release shows us an entirely new side of Sit Kitty Sit while maintaining their identity.  The duo will be touring extensively in the U.S. for the duration of 2014.