Kate Heart @ The Milk Factory Review

  • Written by  Dane Curtis
  • Tuesday, 03 November 2015 10:41
Published in Music  
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Kate Heart Kate Heart Image © David Pink

Filled with anticipation and enthusiasm, the crowd packed in tightly at The Milk Factory (17 October) to hear the crescendo to months of campaigning by talented songstress, Kate Heart.

An alluring Kate navigated through her EP, presenting the crowd with a tight, polished set that enchanted the balmy, packed room. Palpable optimism and soulful wonder exudes from Kate’s inspirational, euphonious lyrics, engaging with the audience and sharing their pre-natal and everyday life origins.

Kate Heart CrowdImage © David Pink

The crowd was as diverse as it was responsive to Kate’s crooning crescendos of the pre-released single, 'Big Love', along with a welcomed, yet stripped-back cover of Delerium’s 'Silence'; a tip of the cap to the performers love for electronica had punters singing along.

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Finishing the set with 'You Make Me Happy', the crowd responded with rapturous acclamation... the whole room agreed – we all love Kate Heart.



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