Collaborates with Sir Sly On New Single “Never Fade”
Out Today via Blackbook Magazine + Live Video
Follow-up to “You Don’t Know” (22+ mill views)
Headline Show @ The Peppermint Club
in Los Angeles, March 6 @ 8pm
“Add to your list of future saviours of pop.” – The Line Of Best Fit
“A beguiling voice and undeniable charisma” – NYLON
“Formidable songwriting talents and an unmistakable voice.” – Flaunt
“From her divine delivery right down to her taut yet melodic songwriting, the rising artist has the air of someone who simply knows her music.” – CLASH
Georgia-born, LA-based Katelyn Tarver is a force to be reckoned with. The singer, songwriter, and actress has kept herself busy in the studio since riding the massive wave of her explosive hit single “You Don’t Know,” which currently has 22 million views on YouTube.
Eager to begin sharing new music, Tarver is premiering brand new track, “Never Fade” via Blackbook Magazine – a stirring and powerful ballad about feeling helpless in the face of someone else’s pain. Co-written with her longtime friends Landon Jacobs and Jason Suwito from Sir Sly, who also produced the track, Tarver says, “It’s saying I see you, I’m here for you, and I know I can’t fix this but I’ll sit beside you and try.”
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Katelyn Tarver has been quite busy over the past decade. Soon after appearing on Simon Fuller’s American Juniors and releasing her debut album at age 15, she joined the Jonas Brothers on tour and relocated to LA where she took a side step into acting, scoring recurring roles in Nickelodeon’s Big Time Rush and ABC’s No Ordinary Family. Most recently, she has featured on Freeform’s Famous In Love and will soon be appearing alongside Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson in HBO’s Ballers this coming summer.
Tarver also co-wrote Cheryl Cole’s UK #1 single “Crazy Stupid Love” with pop goliath Wayne Wilkins (Beyoncé, Leona Lewis) and worked with Childish Gambino collaborator Ludwig Göransson for her more recent Tired Eyes EP. New music is also on its way – including collaborations with artists such as Sir Sly, Wrabel and RAC.
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