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Customer Reviews

Electro-pop doesn't get any better!

Katie Herzig continues, yet again, to push herself in new artistic directions. And we are all the better for it. The synth-heavy, electro-pop production of this piece only serves to get the catchy-as-all-get-out melody stuck in your head for days on end. And it's so good, you won't even mind having it as constant companion. If the rest of the album measures up to this track, we're all in for a delightful ride.

A different sound

Love the chill electronic vibe of this song and it's neat to hear Katie take her music in a different direction while still maintaining what I like about all her previous work.
Love the buildup and love the way I hear something new each time I listen. Great sound, great lyrics, and great singing.

Katie's such a strong singer/writer and I secretly also love her FB posts!

The 30 second preview of the song here doesn't really do it any justice honestly.

I'm more than happy to pay for and support Katie's music! Can't wait for the new album. :-)

Perfectly written

Katie's lyrics and style are amazing, her music comes straight from the heart and the only word to describe it is beautiful.

Biography

Born: California

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Katie Herzig struck out on her own after eight years as the frontwoman for Newcomers Home. Herzig was no stranger to the solo game, having released her first solo album, Watch Them Fall, in 2004, so it was no surprise when, following the dissolution of Newcomers Home in 2006, Herzig put together a second album, Weightless, which was released that summer. Comprised of quirky, heartfelt songs that nodded to twangy, warm-voiced artists like Devon Sproule and Neko Case, the album generated quite a bit...
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