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Williams, Kathryn : The Fade EP
Pretty soon she won't have to release limited-edition records on tiny indies because, thanks to you, she'll be famous.
Gifted with the voice of a tender angel part heartbreaker, part heartbroken Williams is a mid-20s misplaced Scouser living in Newcastle who writes burning, intense songs using the simplest tools. An acoustic guitar. The rattle of a tambourine. Perhaps a cello. That's what she arms herself with to paint her pictures of longing, lust and regret on this, her first single, taken from her first album, 'Dog Leap Stairs'. And pretty soon she won't have to release limited-edition records on tiny indies because, thanks to you, she'll
Game's up Beth, Terry Callier or no Terry Callier.
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