New Alt-Pop artist, Kate Klein, tells her stories about love and other human emotions with a unique and futuristic perspective, mixing romance and science.
Kate Klein releases her electrifying new pop punk, IDGAF anthem ‘$erotonin pls’. The single is a euphoric burst of energy, with intoxicating hooks with a driving force that reaches across the cosmos.
$erotonin pls’ is about two lovers travelling on the 405. Feelings between them are so intense that it almost feels like they’re in another dimension. A serotonin rush that distorts their reality. Isn’t that how love feels after all? Like everything around feels different .I often stay up at night reading stuff about it and think ‘damn we’re so small and it freaks me out’. But It helps me stay grounded.Knowing that we’re so small in the middle of the universe I’m like ok cool my problems may not be that big after all .When I wrote ‘$erotonin Pls’ I wanted to create something that feels like a bomb of energy. I wanted to write a song that makes people feel happy, powerful and confident. I think we need more happy songs, so play it loud when you’re walking outside in the street, it’ll make you want to scream and let go.
Kate Klein is a multi-instrumental singer/songwriter, based in London and L.A, who has been making waves wherever she goes. Influenced by Madonna, Post Malone, and punk rock bands like Sum 41 Blink 182, Box Car Racer, and Taking Back Sunday, she seamlessly mixes between New Wave Punk, Hip-Hop, and Emo.
When Kate was 18, she briefly joined a girl group for a few months before deciding it wasn’t right for her and decided to pursue a solo career. She immediately packed her bags and she left for London with £500.00 in her pocket. Her first taste of success happened to be her first single, “Shooting Star”, released by Matblakk Records in the UK, hitting #10 on Music Week’s Pop Chart.
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Written by: Tara