"What's different about Saul is that people are paying attention to what she has to say, or in her case, sing..."- Mike Organ, The Tennessean
Growing up in Nashville, alt/pop act Kat Saul learned to play guitar and piano at age five and started writing her own songs at age 13. By the time she was in high school, she was participating in professional writing sessions and is now one of the most buzzed about young pop writer/performers in Music City.
In 2018 Kat debuted her unique brand of unapologetic pop music with a series of singles headed towards her forthcoming EP “...from Unit 408” out March 06, 2019.
Named for Kat’s apartment unit number, the title reflects the intimate nature of the EP. “These songs are all about situations that kept me up at night pacing around my apartment,” says Kat. “The physical location of Unit 408 is the genesis for this entire project. I want people to feel at home with it.”
Leading to the release, Kat has landed on Spotify’s New Music Friday in 11 countries, been featured as the Amazon Music Weekly One artist of the week, been named Lightning 100’s DJ Pick of the Week, received press attention from the likes of Pop Dust, Vanyaland, ISSABOP, Celeb Mix, & Pop Justice, and has been endorsed on social media by ‘New Girl’ actor Jake Johnson with an additional mention on the popular podcast series “Ana Farris is Unqualified.”
Kat will celebrate the EP with a headlining show at The Hutton Hotel’s Analog with support from estef and Houston Kendrick on March 07, 2019.
See me live!
Someone pls explain to me why it’s April and I’m still freezing cold
groovy write ups n such
“Oh so cute. Kat Saul’s distinct voice and viable lyricism wrap this 2:27 ditty [“Nick Miller”] into a short and sweet super personal love ballad. We think this one tells more about the world as per the artist than the artist herself. #ISSABOP” - ISSABOP, read full review here
"["Jericho" is] a definite max out the volume sing along,”
"["Jericho" is] a hot track that embodies exactly the kind of buzz she is making in the songwriting community.”
"One listen to “Unit 408” and you’ll be humming the song to yourself the rest of the day and you’ll be hooked on Kat’s musical style begging for more."
"Her experience writing for others has made her a master of her craft. She writes hooks that will cycle through your head all day, but it’s the little lines in between that showcase how talented she really is."
“…one of the most exciting new artists coming from Nashville’s emerging pop scene.”
- Lightning 100 DJ Pick Of The Week