Return symbolizes the re-entry of Katy J Pearson into music-making after a previous, collaborative project with her brother fell foul of the pressures of a major label record deal. "I didn't write for about seven months," Pearson reflects. "I was just like nope, I'm gonna become a gardener, this isn't happening. Return is about the whole experience of beginning to enjoy writing again, really." Over the course of two-and-a-half years, Pearson honed her craft as a solo artist, learning to rely on her creative instincts, and bringing forth an album just as shaped by the South-West of England as the rich musical history of America's Southern States. Consequently, she says, "these are the most honest and proper songs I've written; songs that have come from my own being, rather than a room with a guy prodding me to tell a traumatic story of my life and then write about it." The result is a jewel in the dirt by the side of the highway; ten songs which slide effortlessly between lovelorn country, lo-fi folk and glistening, unforgettable pop.
Return symbolizes the re-entry of Katy J Pearson into music-making after a previous, collaborative project with her brother fell foul of the pressures of a major label record deal. "I didn't write for about seven months," Pearson reflects. "I was just like nope, I'm gonna become a gardener, this isn't happening. Return is about the whole experience of beginning to enjoy writing again, really." Over the course of two-and-a-half years, Pearson honed her craft as a solo artist, learning to rely on her creative instincts, and bringing forth an album just as shaped by the South-West of England as the rich musical history of America's Southern States. Consequently, she says, "these are the most honest and proper songs I've written; songs that have come from my own being, rather than a room with a guy prodding me to tell a traumatic story of my life and then write about it." The result is a jewel in the dirt by the side of the highway; ten songs which slide effortlessly between lovelorn country, lo-fi folk and glistening, unforgettable pop.
5400863035006

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Format: Vinyl
Label: HEAVENLY
Rel. Date: 12/04/2020
UPC: 5400863035006

Return (Colv)
Artist: Katy Pearson J
Format: Vinyl
New: Available 19.98
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DISC: 1

1. Tonight
2. Beautiful Soul
3. Return
4. Something Real
5. Fix Me Up
6. Hey You
7. Miracle
8. Take Back The Radio
9. On The Road 1
10. Waiting For The Day

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Return symbolizes the re-entry of Katy J Pearson into music-making after a previous, collaborative project with her brother fell foul of the pressures of a major label record deal. "I didn't write for about seven months," Pearson reflects. "I was just like nope, I'm gonna become a gardener, this isn't happening. Return is about the whole experience of beginning to enjoy writing again, really." Over the course of two-and-a-half years, Pearson honed her craft as a solo artist, learning to rely on her creative instincts, and bringing forth an album just as shaped by the South-West of England as the rich musical history of America's Southern States. Consequently, she says, "these are the most honest and proper songs I've written; songs that have come from my own being, rather than a room with a guy prodding me to tell a traumatic story of my life and then write about it." The result is a jewel in the dirt by the side of the highway; ten songs which slide effortlessly between lovelorn country, lo-fi folk and glistening, unforgettable pop.