- 01 Oct 21
Katharine has recorded her next record with producer Ben Castle. Luckily for us, it's due to land later this year.
Belfast singer-songwriter Katharine Timoney just dropped her new single 'Don't Fret' last Friday, and it's since been played by none other than Gemma Bradley on BBC Introducing ATL.
'Don't Fret' features the artist's obscenely rich vocal talent, with saxophone backing support and a twinkling piano tune throughout. It's full of soul, warmth and sunlight.
Timoney is a jazz vocalist and songwriter who was recently crowned winner of the BBC NI Platform Award in the Jazz Category - sponsored by The Arts Council of Northern Ireland. As part of the award, she performed her songs with The Ulster Orchestra at a BBC concert in The Ulster Hall, Belfast in May 2019 and also at the BBC NI Proms in 2020.
Katharine released her debut album Man of Mine in 2016, which was included in ‘Best New Releases of 2016’ by BBC Radio Ulster’s presenter Linley Hamilton. Timoney regularly performs at jazz festivals, most notably Cork Guinness Jazz Festival and Sligo Jazz Project.
Listen to 'Don't Fret' below: