‘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 Kate Nash and the haunting musicality of Wolf Alice, 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. With protest song ‘BIG TALK, little girl’ accumulating over 800K views on Tik Tok and self-love anthem ‘Fat’ silencing audiences at every live performance. At 23, the artist has grown into a sound which blends both her new-found maturity with those fragile feelings felt throughout youth. Claudia is a regular on the South London music scene, playing her first headline show early this year to a sold-out Camden Assembly. Claudia has been consistently supported by BBC Introducing throughout her career, recently making her Radio 1 debut with new single ‘Fizzy’. She describes her music as “music made in a bedroom, to be danced to in a bedroom”.