Kitty Perrin

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The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

Kitty Perrin will be bringing her confessional story-telling and indie-pop melodies to The Pheasantry at her first London headline show in two years as part of her April tour. The tour follows a huge year for Kitty Perrin, releasing a series of new singles to acclaim from BBC Radio 1, 6 Music, For The Rabbits, Fresh on the Net, and more. 

Support from Sister Sally

Sister Sally are a folk band with jazzy leanings, inspired by the likes of Nick Drake, John Martyn and Maddison Cunningham.  Their music is quirky, catchy, and bound to make you laugh, smile and cry.


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Norfolk based singer-songwriter Kitty Perrin will be brining her intimate indie-pop melodies and vulnerable, narrative-style songwriting to The Pheasantry as part of her April Tour. 

At the age of 11, Kitty Perrin began songwriting under the unlikely guidance of DR Feelgood guitarist Gordon Russell, and by her teens she was performing regularly across the South East. She quickly discovered her love for the blunt narrative song-writing styles of pop artists like Lily Allen and Kate Nash, finding new heroes later on in indie legends like Bright Eyes and Lucy Dacus.

In 2022, she released her debut EP 'Stick It Out', which was praised by Clash, Beats Per Minute, For The Rabbitts, and Tom Robinson on BBC 6 Music, as well as earning her a spot on the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Longlist.

The last 12, Kitty has been working with producer David Pye (Dido, Dog is Dead, Trudy and the Romance) to release a series of new singles fully embracing her pop sensibilities, and earning Kitty Radio 1 support. 

This April tour is set to showcase a new side to this exciting, upcoming singer-songwriter. 

Band Line Up

Kitty Perrin

Joe Maguire

Ben Rodwell

Declan Fearon