There’s a confidence to the delivery that belies the fragility of the delivery – Clash
A singer, pianist and songwriter, pop artist Cat Delphi was one of the first recipients of the 2018 MOBO Awards ‘Help Musicians Fund’, as a Royal College of Music classically trained artist, Cat won the prestigious Leverhulme scholarship and was more recently nominated for Best Songwriter and Best Female at the Unsigned Music Awards.
Cat’s debut single Fire was premiered by Clash Magazine along with being playlisted on BBC Radio 2 for 3 weeks and reaching over 600,000 streams. Other achievements include appearing on The Dermot O’Leary Show, Jools Holland Presents, Pixie Lott presents, playing at BBC Introducing Live @ Tobacco Dock and songs from her first EP FIRE were played on Home & Away and Neighbours.
WOMAN was created using the funding Cat received from MOBO Awards and all tracks on the EP are produced by Leo Appleyard (Louie Palmer, Simon Allen, Gold Of My Own). The lead track off of the EP, also titled Woman has a haunting glamour to it, highlighting Cat’s vocal ability, it is mesmerising and a pop ballad at it’s finest.
Speaking on the EP Cat said “It celebrates every woman today, touching on some of the issues of the last couple of years but how the only outcome of it all is to be happy & free. The lyrics are simple, the meaning is simple, to embrace who you are as an individual. Each track on the EP touches on a different emotion, being in love, losing your way, finding inner peace and living life.”