Sydney-born, Berlin-based musician Kat Frankie shares her evocative new single ‘Bad Behaviour’, taken from upcoming LP of the same name, out on the 2nd February on Grönland Records.
Bad Behaviour exhibits an artist working at her peak: rhythmically complex, with painfully soulful vocals that elevate the music into the divine stratosphere occupied by artists like Haim, St Vincent and Sharon Van Etten: music that earns its dignified intimacy, its moments of brightness, and enigmatic distance.
More than simply a fearsome and fearless solo artist, Kat Frankie is something closer to a force of nature. Born in Sydney, Frankie has spent the past thirteen years in Berlin, developing a sound that far outstrips most pop output in its richness, sophistication, and raw power.
Frankie has never wanted to be “just the sad girl with a guitar,” and she has managed to achieve this goal across a plethora of projects: Frankie played guitar in Olli Schulz’s backup band, composed “Get Well Soon,” the title song for the Schulz & Böhmermann talk show and competed in the preliminary rounds of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2016 as part of the duo Keøma.
Kat Frankie’s new LP ‘Bad Behaviour’ is set for release on the 2nd February on Grönland Records.