Today we are introducing you to Nashville’s incredibly talented, indie folk singer and songwriter, Katie Buxton who has recently released her latest single, You Flew. Originally originating from Philadelphia, the young artist began playing guitar and song writing when she was only twelve years old and since then has experimented with a variety of genres and played in multiple bands before currently exploring her solo endeavours. Katie has a huge list of song writing accomplishments, starting in 2012 when she was picked as a finalist for Sing For The Trees song writing contest with her song, The World Moves By. She was later chosen as a finalist in a song writing showcase when she attended the Berklee Five Week Performance Program in 2012. Following her move to Nashville to attend Belmont University, Katie was also invited to join Bear House Writers Management and before later being chosen as a finalist in the 2016 American Songwriting Awards with her track, Painted Hearts.
Katie released her debut EP, From Songbirds early this year and her current single, You Flew was recorded and mixed by Sal Oliveri and mastered by Luke Gilfeather. The track showcases Katie’s emotional maturity, with lyrics that truly conveys the heartache of loving someone who is not ready to reciprocate those feelings. These emotional lyrics are stunningly accompanied by gentle, atmospheric instrumentals with Katie’s stunning, ethereal vocals. Katie shared that the track is about, “caring deeply for someone who is not ready to love or be loved and runs out of fear, and focuses especially on the process of learning to let go.” “You Flew” is now available on SoundCloud, ITunes and all streaming services.