Premiere: Katherine Redlus ‘Kingdom Come’

Classically trained and well-rounded Katherine Redlus presents us with ‘Kingdom Come’

As part of her first album, the wonderful and simply authentic Katherine Redlus gives ‘Kingdom Come’, a mysterious song that delves into the soundscapes of the harp with a smooth and rather warming vocal that keeps you whole with the energy that surrounds it.

“Beautifully performed and well-written music”

Redlus herself is a classically trained musician who turned singer-songwriter. She has performed on harp with Four Larks in their imaginative and award-winning production, The Temptation of St. Antony. With bags of experience, she looks to finally release her first album with an upsurge of terrifically sounding vocals and always evolving harp.

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