Author Archives: Kat Mills

An invitation

I’m launching “Work In Progress” – a unique blend of musical styles that have inspired me – this album entwines uplifting and joyful melodies, piano-led songs and beautiful emotive songs. Together the songs describe an honest and vulnerable journey through life struggles, the relief of being diagnosed with autism, and the joy and identity in seeing the uniqueness and beauty in the way she was made.

Support Act: Susie Mills – Glistening vocals and haunting melodies combined with a mix of Ambient, electronic and folk sounds.

Tickets: £8.50 in advance (£10 on the door)

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/work-in-progress-album-launch-tickets-54822294960

“Work in Progress” Album Launch

Date: 30th March 2019
Time: 8pm (Doors 7.30pm)
Location: Ashtead, Surrey
Tickets: Eventbrite

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I’m launching “Work In Progress” – a unique blend of musical styles that have inspired me. This album entwines uplifting and joyful melodies, piano-led songs and beautiful emotive songs. Together the songs describe an honest and vulnerable journey through life struggles, the relief of being diagnosed with autism, and the joy and identity in seeing the uniqueness and beauty in the way I have been made.

Support Act: Susie – Glistening vocals and haunting melodies combined with a mix of Ambient, electronic and folk sounds.susie

New Album Cover

Hey guys I am super excited to share with you today the cover for my brand new album ‘Work in Progress’. Thank you so much to Christopher Hall for your amazing photography and Beatroot Media for your brilliant graphic design.

I wanted a cover that summed up the whole theme of the album, that I am a work in progress. Sure, like anyone else, I always like a photo to show me at my best, but for this project I purposefully wanted an unfinished image, to show the imperfections and that work is still needed! Because that sums up the album, a vulnerable and honest journey, through the challenges, but also seeing the transformation. I wanted butterflies on the cover because to me they symbolise a journey that is taken, work that has to happen, but the beautiful outcome that makes the journey so worth it!

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