A Little About Catlea
Singer-songwriter Catlea's musical tastes cover an eclectic spectrum from alternative to rock, pop, EDM, blues, and folk. The 19 year-old alt-indie musician's angelic voice is showcased on her early releases, while her raw, powerful vocals are on full display on her most recent songs. Complimenting her distinctive vocals, Catlea plays piano, acoustic guitar, rhythm guitar, and ukulele. Inspired by every-day occurrences, her lyrics focus on love, friendship, LGBTQ, and social causes.
She has been writing and performing music for as long as she can remember, and attended the prestigious School for the Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) in Cincinnati. Over the last 18 months, she has written, produced, and released eight international singles, garnering 140,000 followers on social media and streaming services. Her songs have been streamed over 2.6 million times, and her YouTube videos have more than 245,000 views. Her music is available worldwide. Select the icons at the top of the website for various streaming and social media platforms.
“I love writing my own songs, making music with others, and performing onstage,” said Catlea. “It’s what I was born to do." Her songs feature catchy “earworms” with witty lyrics that get inside your head and make you want to hit the replay button. “I try to create music that means something not just to me, but to the person listening.”
Her latest release, "2020 In My Rearview", features guest performances by drummer and percussionist Walfredo Reyes, Jr. (Chicago, Santana, Steve Winwood, Jackson Browne), and acoustic and electric guitarist Richie Terbush (3-Piece Revival). She has also worked with renowned producers Trey Vittetoe, Alex Dark, and Dibs.
As a member of the LGBTQ community, Catlea strives to create music that is inclusive of everyone no matter how they identify. Her strong female influences include Billie Eilish, Gin Wigmore, PVRIS, Halsey, Kailee Morgue, and Au/Ra. Catlea is also a huge fan of Nothing But Thieves, Young the Giant, AJR, Panic at the Disco, the Kooks, Portugal. The Man, the Wombats, Glass Animals, and dozens of others.
She is represented by David Rippe: firstname.lastname@example.org, 513-253-4854.