NEW EP STARTING FROM NOW
Out June 9th via Warner Music
PLAYING BRITISH SUMMER TIME, HYDE PARK
Supporting Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
NEXT LONDON SHOWS
May 11th – Under The Bridge, supporting Kelsea Ballerini
May 15th – Bush Hall, supporting Una Healy
May 18th – Electric Ballroom, supporting Picture This
“One of the brightest emerging talents in country music” – Music Week
“One to watch” – The Times
Catherine McGrath is one of the hottest young talents of 2017 with her pop take on country capturing the hearts of fans across the UK and Ireland. As part of a wave of new releases from her forthcoming EP, she has just revealed a fun-filled mini video for brand new single ‘Just In Case’.
This one-minute clip creatively utilises the world’s most popular social media platform giving the illusion of Catherine performing within Facebook and emerging from the screen as her lyrics appear as comments below.
It is the perfect accompaniment to this colourful, feel-good pop anthem and is the third of four videos accompanying the songs on her brand new EP Starting From Now, which is out June 9th via Warner Music.
Catherine explains, “’Just In Case’ is about meeting someone new and how it first starts out, the chances are it’s not going to last forever, you won’t live happily ever after and that person won’t be the love of your life, but they could be…”.
The previous tracks, ‘Starting From Now’ and ‘When I’m Older’, came with special mini videos which capture the worlds of Instagram and YouTube and upon their release both tracks were added straight to Spotify’s New Music Friday Playlist and Apple Music’s Best Of The Week. In fact, Catherine has now had six consecutive tracks on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlists.
Since moving to London from her hometown in Northern Ireland last year, Catherine has signed with Warner Music and released her debut EP One, which has had almost 1.5million streams on Spotify. She has also performed a string of live shows and has recently been announced to play at this year’s British Summer Time in Hyde Park on July 9th with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and Stevie Nicks. She will also be supporting Kelsea Ballerini, Una Healy and Picture This over the coming months and appearing at The Great Escape Festival in Brighton.
Thu 11th – Under The Bridge, London (supporting Kelsea Ballerini)
Mon 15th – Bush Hall, London (supporting Una Healy)
Thu 18th – Electric Ballroom, London (supporting Picture This)
Sat 20th – The Great Escape Festival, Brighton
Tue 23rd – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham (supporting Picture This)
Wed 24th – Oran Mor, Glasgow (supporting Picture This)
Tue 30th – Olympia Theatre, Dublin (supporting Picture This)
Wed 31st – Olympia Theatre, Dublin (supporting Picture This)
Fri 2nd – Olympia Theatre, Dublin (supporting Picture This)
Sat 3rd – Olympia Theatre, Dublin (supporting Picture This)
Sun 4th – Olympia Theatre, Dublin (supporting Picture This)
Wed 7th – The Waterfront, Belfast (supporting Picture This)
Fri 9th – Marquee, Cork (supporting Picture This)
Sat 10th – Marquee, Cork (supporting Picture This)
Sun 9th – British Summer Time, Hyde Park
Fri 14th – Latitude Festival, Suffolk
Sun 23rd – Truck Festival, Oxfordshire
Fri 28th – Kendal Calling Festival, Cumbria
Sat 29th – Standon Calling Festival, Hertfordshire
Sun 30th – Y Not Festival, Derbyshire
Sun 6th – Wilderness Festival, Oxfordshire
Sat 12th – Boardmasters Festival,
Sat 26th – Harvest Festival, Westport, Ireland
Sun 27th – Harvest Festival, County Fermanagh, Ireland