‘Claudia Kate consistently blesses the Cambridgeshire scene with her gorgeous feel good pop tracks! Her ever relatable songs are the equivalent of a musical hot water bottle' - BBC Introducing 

London-based singer-songwriter Claudia Kate has a sound that sits somewhere between the unequivocal outspokenness of Lily Allen and the haunting musicality of Kate Bush, having also been compared to Brit-nominated Self Esteem for her use of spoken word and her friend-in-me lyricism. Working at home with her producer, Claudia makes a name for herself as a wholly DIY artist. It is evident through both Claudia’s music and social media presence that she is passionate about helping people feel better about themselves, and creating a community surrounding female empowerment. Claudia has been writing since she was 15, from her childhood bedroom to now her rental flat in South London. At 23, the artist has grown into a sound which blends both her new-found maturity with those fragile feelings felt throughout youth. Her debut album ‘a damn good place to start’ has racked up thousands of Spotify streams and was released to critical acclaim and continued support from BBC Introducing. Claudia is a regular on the South London music scene, and late last year supported iHeart Radio Award nominated Ellie Dixon at Camden Assembly, London. She describes her music as “music made in a bedroom, to be danced to in a bedroom”.