Nashville’s resident pop darling Kat Saul is revealing her anticipated debut EP, ‘…from Unit 408,’ available everywhere today. Named after Kat’s apartment unit number, the EP title reflects the intimate nature of the project. “These songs are all about situations that kept me up at night pacing around my apartment,” explains Kat. “The physical location of Unit 408 is the genesis for this entire project. I want people to feel at home with it.”
The five-track EP is a delightfully unapologetic pop project, fusing left-of-center pop beats, Nashville-flavored lyrical sensibility, and alt-pop melodies reminiscent of Charli XCX, Lorde, and Gwen Stefani. ‘…from Unit 408’ includes 3 previously released singles, “Unit 408,” “Nick Miller, and her recent release “Middle Name,” as well as two electrifying unheard tracks, “Bite” and the lead single on the project, “Happy Ever After.”
Growing up in Nashville, pop singer-songwriter Kat Saul was immersed in music from an early age. She learnt to play guitar and piano at the age five, by age thirteen she was writing her own songs, and by the time high school came around she was participating in professional songwriting sessions. Now, age 21, Kat has risen as one of the most buzzing young pop writers in Music City.