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Kat Koan ‘Silly Me’ : Critical level where the urge to express herself, and seems nothing can stop her.

Kat Koan

“It was written for an ex who had unfortunately forgotten to tell me that he was married to someone else,” said Kat Koan. “The subsequent heartache knocked me sideways but I didn’t want the song to be angry. It’s meant to encourage women to find the confidence to get over it, move on and emerge as a stronger person.”

Berlin based alt-pop mistress Kat Koan, returns with a stunning showcase of playful alt-pop with the arrival of ‘Silly Me’, a confessional thought-piece laced with acerbic humor and nods to 90s riot grrrl electro-clash.

That realm of inquisitive delight sparks ravenous pangs of hunger for the artist from Berlin. The visual artist had recently reached a critical level where the urge to express herself, and seems nothing can stop her.

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