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Katy J Pearson – Those Goodbyes

Katy J Pearson – Those Goodbyes

Katy J Pearson makes a striking return with “Those Goodbyes,” the lead single from her forthcoming album Someday, Now, set to release on September 20 via Heavenly Recordings. Known for her unique blend of folk and indie pop, Pearson ventures into new sonic territory with this track, which balances glitchy, haunting vocals with a catchy indie-pop chorus.

Recorded at Rockfield Studios in Wales, Someday, Now features contributions from Davey Newington (Boy Azooga), Huw Evans (H Hawkline), and Joel Burton, with production by Nathan Jenkins, aka Bullion, known for his work with artists like Carly Rae Jepsen and Nilufer Yanya. Pearson’s control over the album’s direction signifies a bold step in her artistic journey, embracing a more expansive sound while maintaining her lyrical intimacy.

“Mood to Make Love” offers a reflection on vulnerability, with Pearson commenting on the power of singing in her natural range. The song’s evocative music video, directed by her brother Louis Hemming-Lowe, enhances the track’s dreamlike quality, shot on a cold January morning on a river in Devon.

This single marks Pearson’s first solo material since her 2022 album, Sound of the Morning, and her 2023 collaborative EP, The Wicker Man. “Those Goodbyes” is a testament to her ability to evolve while staying true to her roots, blending emotional depth with bold, new sounds.

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