Kate Earl’s remarkable new album, Stronger, is out today via Downtown Records. Featuring a rootsy brand of all-American 70’s pop-rock, the album echoes the timeless era of west coast singers like Stevie Nicks, Linda Ronstadt, and Joni Mitchell.
To make for an extra special release week, Paste.com is featuring a rare cover of ‘Little Black Submarine’ by The Black Keys. Fans can also stream Stronger in full this week on AOL’s Spinner.com and download the album track ‘Loyalty’ on Rollingstone.com.
Stronger is available on iTunes, Amazon and stores nationwide in CD and vinyl formats.
Written and recorded with an expansive crew of well-respected Californians-including Brett Dennen and Blake Mills- Kate’s new collection shows off the careful development of a singular voice. Stronger also introduces a deeply thoughtful songwriter coming into her own. “Maybe I’m a late bloomer,” Kate admits with an infectious chuckle, “but I think I’ve reached such a place of honesty with this album. It’s me coming out and telling my stories. This is where I came from.”
Kate Earl Tour Dates
Nov 29 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Hotel Café
Dec 06 – Boston, MA @ Café 939 at Berklee*
Dec 08 – New York, NY @ Santo’s Party House*
Dec 09 – Philadelphia, PA @ World Café Live*
Dec 13 – San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s*
Dec 14 – Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour*