“Rising singer-songwriter had the crowd eating out of her hands…” The Independent

“Not to be missed” Time Out

“A powerful performance that suggests we will be hearing a lot more of Ms Brooks.” Evening Standard

“This has been a performance I won’t forget in quite a while – or
perhaps ever.” SLAP Magazine

“Exceptional” From The Margins

Singer-songwriter Katey Brooks has a unique sound that epitomises the culturally diverse environment in which she grew up. Born and raised between Bristol, London and Arizona to musical parents, the Indy Music Awards finalist is perhaps best described as a female Hozier, with all the haunting intensity and every bit of the soul.

With a ‘voice to melt glaciers’ (Venue magazine), Brooks is at home anywhere she can take her guitar. From Glastonbury to the National Folk Festival in Australia, her devastating vocal talent has gained her admirers across the music industry as well as an adoring public. Her voice has been used on songs that also feature the likes of Paloma Faith and Imelda May, she has appeared on a compilation with

Anais Mitchell, Ane Brun and Marissa Nadler, and has shared bills with a wide variety of acts including Newton Faulkner, Ghostpoet, Martin Simpson, Deaf Havana, Lou Rhodes and Mystery Jets.

The haunting, ethereal sound of her 2016 ‘I Fought Lovers’ EP received a warm reception from radio stations around the UK and internationally, including BBC Radio 2 / 6 Music and CBC Canada, and acted as a fitting prelude to the sonic largesse of her forthcoming new album, ‘We The People’.

Brooks is often on the road and has led a fascinating life populated with a vivid cast of characters from whom she has drawn inspiration for her songs. The writing for the album began in the chaos of London life, continued while on tour in the dusty expanse of Australia, before being completed on the side of a beautiful mountain in the Welsh wilderness.

Brooks packed in tours of Europe, Australia and Canada in 2016, followed by a return visit to Australia in early 2017 that included sell out performances at the National Folk Festival. She has spent much of the year recording ‘We The People’ (her second album), from which ‘Will She’ is the opening salvo.

9 Responses to ABOUT

  1. Craig Jones says:

    Hi Katey,

    My name is Craig Jones, the music reporter from the Bristol Post, I was hoping to interview you if that was of interest?

    Thanks for your time


  2. Atul says:

    Hey Katie,
    Heard you playing live at the Canteen in Bristol a few years ago and was so glad I bought your music and recall you giving me an extra CD for free! So pleased you are doing great in the music world,( Not Surprised).
    Enjoy the Bristol folk weekend in January.

  3. Harman says:

    My God _ You have such an angelic voice *___*
    ‘State of Mind’ is on repeat – You Nailed it Katey 😉

  4. OLLy says:

    Hi Katey planning on seeing you sing at the Attic on Sat 19th March. How much r tkts and how do l purchase them9?

  5. sam says:

    hi, where can i buy Kateys new album?

    cheers, Sam x

    • Ade says:

      Hi Sam, thanks for getting in touch!

      Katey’s new album isn’t out just yet, but in the meantime she has music here: http://kateybrooks.bandcamp.com

      Would you like us to put you on her mailing list to update you when the album is released?

      • michela wells says:

        would like to go on mailing list Katey. Saw you at Malvern -fabulous. Especially liked ‘Sometimes the sweetest things…’ – is this included on new album? -Michela x

  6. Jonathan says:

    A top recommendation from Terry at Little Rabbit Barn. Really enjoying listening on Tidal to I Fought Lovers EP now onto Proof of Life.
    Striking production and superb vocal recording so good to hear not over arranged. Next I must hear Katey live.

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