Stockholm, Sweden based lyrical powerhouse Katharina Nuttall, bases her works in triumphs and of the urgencies in living. A beast that must be quelled and exemplified into awareness, Katharina’s vexing and un-quenchable anthems of perfumed aggressions, envelope you with the warmth of care and excitement.
‘Lethe’ is the first track from songwriter, musician and producer Katharina’s upcoming fourth solo studio album ‘The Garden’. The concept album is an “emotional flows and resurrection combining songs, instrumentals and spoken word”. Inspired by Charles Baudelaire, John Keats and dirt. ‘The Garden’ is also a collaboration with visual artist Albin Biblom.
A ruse of emotive inclinations, a shield of words awash with glittering ambience and thorough rock ambitions.
‘Lethe’ delivers with the ultimate in expressions, both artful and practical.
Conforming consensus is Katharina’s vocals, nurturing yet demanding, of thought and heart. That’s where it pushes you out, and then embraces you with a tight hug of want.
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On Friday we will release the first song 'Lethe' from my upcoming album. Today we have a video release at Hymn! Link in bio! Love and thank you Albin Biblom and Nils Fridén for the beautiful video❤️🎥Special thanks and love to the musicians working and helping me with the production for 'Lethe'. My appreciation for you guys is much greater than these words❤️🙏🏻. Linus Andersson, Jon Bordon, Christian Hutchinson Berg, Emma Pavlovic Svensson, Hoffe. And thanks to Novoton and Liza B.