"It was a rainy day in January or February at about 9pm after class, and I'd gone to a co-write at my friend Amy Peters' house. My friend Jordan Xidas and I sat down writing to a hook about how "we'll be the gossip, the talk of the town," and it was just not flowing. We decided to stop it and talk about life.
We started talking about different relationship problems, and for me, I had just gotten out of a relationship with a guy that I dated for way too long! I thought he was so perfect, and put him up on a pedestal, and didn't see the flaws that he had that were hurting me because I was so blinded by a puppy love crush. So it's really about that, and how for one blind moment, everything was perfect."
- Kat Saul on "Iconic"
Kat Saul may have grown up singing country music as a Nashville native, but this girls new sound is anything but! Prolific in her songwriting, Kat is releasing a string of singles leading up to her debut pop EP in the fall. "Iconic," the first single, is out now and has the sound and production to fit right in with today's hit radio hits. Nashville Offbeat is excited to see where this bubbly 19 year old goes with her new persona! Follow her on Facebook, and check out her latest single, "Body Language," released Friday, July 7th!
Her latest single, “Calm Rage” sent shivers down my spine when I first heard it. The raw intensity of the lyrics paired with the cinematic style of production immediately flooded my mind with images that should be found only in a Hollywood thriller.
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