Katie Kittermaster thinks you are ‘One Of A Kind’ in new electronic dream – Reignland

British singer/songwriter, Katie Kittermaster is asking all of the right questions about love in her new single, ‘One Of A Kind’. The light and airy single features a dominant guitar melody with fresh synths that go throughout the track creating this lush atmosphere. Her distinctive and elegant vocals really create a warm feeling pulling at your heartstrings in every verse. It’s such a sweet song and her lyrics are extremely relatable.

Speaking on the track, she says, “This song was written last summer in Berlin, I guess it’s about being scared to cut ties with someone that you really care about, someone you never want to hurt or loose, and the knowing that putting yourself first might inevitably lead to hurting them and losing them. It’s about being a little selfish but being scared that you might lose someone who is ‘one of a kind’.”

According to her bio, In August 2017 Katie performed to over 10K people opening for Louisa Johnson and dance group, Diversity. In the same year, an early version of Kaleidoscope was played on ITV’s This Morning. In September 2018 Katie opened for Jools Holland and Marc Almond at Kimbolton Castle in Cambridgeshire. Katie supported Olly Murs in December, in the same year. Early in 2019, Katie won the UK Songwriting Contest and T-shirt was also named as Commonwealth Song of the Year.

After leaving school, the summer of 2019 saw Katie perform at many music festivals including Penn Fest, El Dorado, Deebsday, The Big Feastival and CarFest. Katie opened twice for Boyzone’s frontman Ronan Keating in August 2019, at the stunning venues of Castle Howard and Kimbolton Castle.

Katie toured the UK with Boyzlife (Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy) during the month of September 2019; playing 15 gigs over 22 nights. Her debut single ‘Sunday Afternoon’ was promoted during this time and 22 radio interviews took place (with multiple BBC stations), as well as a prime-time interview with the BBC News team.