Katy J Pearson Debut single, ‘Tonight’, out today on Heavenly Recordings.

Shares both B-side & Stolen Sessions versions of her cover of  M.Ward’s  ‘Poison Cup’.
Further live dates, including European shows with Pinegrove and an appearance at Heavenly’s 30th Anniversary at The Trades Club in Hebden Bridge, announced.

To mark the release of her debut single, Tonight, on Heavenly Recordings, Katy J Pearson has today shared Poison Cup, the B-side of the 7”.
A cover of an M. Ward track, Katy has also shared a recently recorded Stolen Sessions version of the B-side.
Talking about the track, Katy said:
I heard of M Ward a couple of years ago and, delving into his work, found his album Post-War which is bloody brilliant and definitely a recommend from me. The record opens with ‘’Poison Cup’ and when I first heard it, blew my socks off. So beautiful. When I first started the project I was missing one more song for the set, so we added the track in and ended up recording our version. I love playing it live and hopefully if M Ward ever were to hear it he doesn’t mind our version!

Having recently completed a European tour alongside Cass McCombs, Katy finishes the year at the End of the Road Christmas party where she plays alongside Black Country New Road and Jerkcurb before heading out in March of next year with Pinegrove. 
The full list of shows is as follows:
04.12 – London, Moth Club (End of the Road Xmas Party)%
15.01 – London, The Lexington (TLOBF Five Day Forecast)
22.01 – London, The Lexington (Ritual Union Presents ..)
21.03 – Berlin, Lido^
23.03 – Hamburg, Hafenklang^
24.03 – Cologne, Gebäude 9^
25.03 – Wiesbaden, Schlachthof^
26.03 – Paris, La Boule Noir^
28.03 – Dublin, The Grand Social^
30.03 – Glasgow, SWG3^
31.03 – Manchester, Academy 2^
01.04 – Bristol, SWX^
02.04 – London, Electric Ballroom^
18.04 – Hebden Bridge, Trades Club (Heavenly Records 30th birthday)

^ – w/ Pinegrove
% – w/ Black Country, New Road + Jerkcurb

‘Tonight’ showcases the undeniable talent of Katy J Person and leaves a definite mark – The Line Of Best Fit
A refreshing slice of gilded songwriting – Clash
Its bounding infectiousness is only made more endearing by the natural, tender melancholia that simmers throughout – So Young