Introducing

Catherine McGrath DEBUT ACOUSTIC EP ONE RELEASED DECEMBER 23RD ON WARNER BROS

img_4439FIRST TWO TRACKS OUT NOW
‘HELL WOULD HAVE TO FREEZE OVER’
& ‘CINDERELLA’
LISTEN ON SPOTIFY

SUPPORTING UNA HEALY FROM THE SATURDAYS
LONDON, ST. PANCRAS OLD CHURCH – FEB 15TH
DUBLIN, SUGAR CLUB – FEB 16TH

Bringing a fresh, country-tinged twist to the UK’s pop scene 19-year old, County Down-born singer Catherine McGrath releases her debut EP, entitled One, through Warner Bros. Records on December 23rd.

The lead track ‘Hell Would Have To Freeze Over’ is a sassy and confident introduction to the talented Northern Irish singer-songwriter. It is an upbeat acoustic performance showcasing McGrath’s beautiful vocals and exceptional songwriting capabilities.

Attracting a youthful audience who love Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran as much as Rascal Flatts and Kacey Musgraves, ‘Hell Would Have To Freeze Over was featured on 35 Spotify playlists including the New Music Friday Playlist two weeks ago and is currently #1 on the Very Nearly Nashville Playlist with Catherine as the cover star.

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It is the first song taken from her upcoming debut acoustic EP One, featuring three original compositions that Catherine explains, “fit all of the different parts of my personality… I’m writing music that I genuinely love and I care about the message that I’m sending out.”

The second track on the EP ‘Cinderella’ debuted on Spotify’s New Music Friday Playlist last week and is followed by ‘She’ll Never Love You’ and a stunning cover of Jessie Ware’s 2014 hit single, ‘Say You Love Me’.

Catherine will be supporting The Saturdays’ Una Healy for two special shows in February next year. She will be playing at London’s St Pancras Old Church on the 15th before returning to Ireland to play The Sugar Club Dublin on the 16th.

The ‘ONE’ EP tracklisting
1. Hell Would Have To Freeze Over
2. Cinderella
3. She’ll Never Love You
4. Say You Love Me

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