Katy J Pearson to play live-streamed gig at Bristol Louisiana

Katy J Pearson by Olivia Clapp

Katy J Pearson by Olivia Clapp

Katy J Pearson has some new live plans.

Despite having some gigs cancelled recently, Katy J Pearson will be able to get her band back up on the stage at one of the UK’s best music venues on November 12th.

A live-streamed show from the Bristol Louisiana is booked for that date, helping to promote the release of her debut album Return.

“Sadly due to the new lockdown I’ve had to postpone my socially distanced run of shows – stay tuned for rescheduled dates very soon as all your tickets will still be valid,” a statement reads.

“Luckily, one of the most wonderful venues around – The Louisiana, Bristol – have lent us their live room to broadcast a special set to you all the evening before album release, Thursday 12th at 8pm. Feels so good to be able to play with my band again and although I can’t play live to you all for a little while longer I hope you enjoy this!”

“(All those who purchased tickets) will be emailed the link an hour before the stream on Thursday to gain access. Lots of love to Natalia and Nat for zooming down last minute to film it, Alex on the sound, Mig and family for letting us use The Louisiana, my lovely band (big shout out to my drummer Robbie for storming it up from Cornwall) and Harry for stepping in to play cornet for the show – also my mgmt for making it happen in such a short amount of time.”

“If you pre-ordered the album as part of your ticket, we will be sending these out to your billing address for you on week of release.”

Katy J Pearson was a part of Live4ever’s Presents series back in the summer thanks to one of our favourite singles of the year, Take Back The Radio.

“If you listened to BBC 6 Music at any point over the summer you’ll know this fine slab of pure joy,” the review reads. “And rightly so.”

“The stuttered, pulsing intro sets the scene for a timeless pop single, strikingly confident and developed for one so fresh, containing a subtle brass section which adds a layer of class that the song didn’t need (for the delicious melody would be enough) but is pitched shrewdly, never overbearing the purity of the song.”

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