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.
5400863035013

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Format: CD
Label: HEAVENLY
Rel. Date: 11/13/2020
UPC: 5400863035013

Return
Artist: Katy Pearson J
Format: CD
New: Available 14.98
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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
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.