Off Forthcoming Kool Aid EP Due Out July 20
Follow-up to “You Don’t Know” (24+ mill views)
West Coast Tour Kicks Off Next Month
5/9: San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
5/11: Anaheim, CA @ Parish at House of Blues (ALL AGES)
5/13: Santa Barbara @ Velvet Jones (ALL AGES)
5/14: Los Angeles, CA @ Bardot, School Night, 9pm
5/31: San Francisco, CA @ Café du Nord (ALL AGES)
Photo Credit: Arvida Bystrom
“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
Today, Georgia-born, LA-based Katelyn Tarver announces details for her new Kool Aid EP due out July 20 and reveals new single “LY4L” with LADYGUNN.
“I’ve written a lot of songs about the complicated, hard, scary parts of love. The challenges and fights and conflicts…but it’s harder to write about the good side of love. The exuberant, joyful, euphoric side,” explains Katelyn. “LY4L is a song that celebrates that. The seemingly simple, happy parts of being in love. The magic that comes with knowing someone’s got your back and you’ve got theirs and you feel like you can take on the world because of it.”
Riding the massive wave of her explosive hit single “You Don’t Know,” which currently has 24 million views on YouTube, the singer, songwriter, and actress has kept herself busy in the studio. Fans recently enjoyed the stirring and powerful new ballad, “Never Fade” and can look forward to hearing additional tracks off her forthcoming EP.
Tarver has a hefty acting resume and will 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 Tired Eyes EP. Stay tuned for more details on the Kool Aid EP, which includes collaborations with artists such as Sir Sly, Wrabel and RAC.