Katy J Pearson Shares New Song ‘Sky’

A moment of gentle uplift...

Bristol-based artist Katy J Pearson has shared new song ‘Sky’.

The songwriter popped up at Glastonbury, sharing the stage with Yard Act for a version of ‘When The Laughter Stops’. Set to play a headline tour later this year, Katy J Pearson has also been unveiled as main support on The Last Dinner Party’s huge UK run.

New album ‘Someday, Now’ is out on September 20th, and it finds Katy shrugging off imposter syndrome to claim creative confidence.

“It really feels like me saying to myself look how far I’ve come, I deserve to be here” she reflects. “I’ve always been shy of taking up space. Now I’m like hang on, this is my third record! I’m still doing this, I got to work with an incredible producer, and a hand-picked band of the most fantastic musicians, who all wanted to make this with me — and I’ve come out with something that I think is my best work so far.”

New song ‘Sky’ is a moment of gentle uplift, the sound of someone pushing past difficulties, and allowing their spirits to rise. The hazy psych-speckled aspects to Katy’s work become apparent, while the lyrics move from being “Curled up in a ball” to moving “Through it / Pushed to exist / Not on my knees / Look how I go / I’m an eagle / I am the sky”.

Typically beautiful, ‘Sky’ allows Katy J Pearson space to grow – tune in now.

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