- 18 Jul 22
Trained opera singer Cat Lundy previously supported US Grammy winner Fantastic Negrito on tour.
Irish singer-songwriter Cat Lundy is back with a dramatic new banger, 'Scars'.
Renowned for her introspective, raw lyricism and eclectic mix of genres; the classically trained singer attended the Royal Academy of Music and taught herself guitar.
Blending pop, soul, blues and jazz; Lundy is a first class storyteller with unapologetic emotion. Like Lady Gaga before her, Cat had a residency in legendary venue The Bitter End in New York played regularly in LA's infamous House of Blues before its closure.
With producer Ger McDonnell (who has worked extensively with U2, Kasabian, The Cure, and Martha Wainwright, to name a few), Lundy has delivered another classic in her new single 'Scars'. It tells a story of forgetting a past love with melodies weaving between pop, R&B and even a James Bond-style theme.
“Scars is a song about how each heartbreak leaves a mark on you," Cat explains of the track's origins. "It's for everyone who has experienced pain before.”
Inspired by artists such as Amy Winehouse, Lana Del Rey and Adele, BBC Radio 5’s Laura Whitmore has supported Lundy on her journey. Effortless, otherworldly vocals and cinematic background synths elevate the track to new heights.
Listen to 'Scars' below.