We recently reported on and reviewed the latest single from Kat Saul, “Middle Name,” and we’ve been streaming her music nearly every day since our introduction to her. Today, we are overjoyed to discuss the forthcoming release of her debut EP …from Unit 408.
This debut EP sees Saul shining brilliantly. …from Unit 408 nestles its eponymous origin in a track titled “Unit 408,” which happens to be one of the most personal, vulnerable tracks on the EP. Named after her apartment unit, Saul has seemingly captured her entire essence on this EP. To get a taste of what’s to come, you can listen to “Unit 408” below:
Sonically similar to artists such as Charli XCX and Reputation-era Taylor Swift, Saul experiments with the very ethos of what popular music can be. Throughout the EP, she combines styles and sounds to forge her own unique sound.
For example, “Middle Name” fuses together sweet and soft bridges with a powerful chorus in her proclamation of love and unity, while “Nick Miller” sees Saul sing-speaking and utilizing traditionally alternative sounds in her own way.
In short: …from Unit 408 may only be Saul’s first EP, but the songs are reminiscent of that of a seasoned musician who has been in the industry for years.
…from Unit 408 will be available for purchase and streaming everywhere you obtain music on March 6, 2019. Word also has it that she is performing alongside
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