Young Kato: Break Out

Romantic, edgy and driven with an 80s twist, Young Kato’s latest offering Break Out is everything you could want as a winter wonderland song in the run up to Christmas. Following on from the brilliantly ballsy track Drink, Dance, Play, the Cheltenham boys are back and are showing their intimate side.

Twinkly bells entice the intro and pulls straight on the indie heartstrings as soon as lead singer Tommy Wright belts out the vocals, then hit with attitude in the captivating chorus.

With over 11,000 views in just 24 hours following the premier of the Break Out video, rainbow spotlights illuminate the band in a hectic haze of harmonies as onlooking fans get a glimpse of the group moving on from a bedroom boyband to a group of lads set for mainstream success. The year of the snake, 2013 will be the year the boys from the small town will get the recognition they deserve after a years’ hard work on the gig scene as well as launching their first EP.

Supporting the likes of Spector at their recent Gloucester Guildhall gig, Young Kato are also set to be featured in the upcoming episode of Made in Chelsea with ‘Life is Good’ ahead of their January headline tour.

Signed to Manchester label LAB Records the band describe themselves as electric, pop, energetic and take influence from the likes of The Smiths, Maccabees, Dog is Dead, Foals and an abundance of current sounds where they meet in the middle of all the greats. Not afraid to call themselves pop they’ll be sure to make you fizzy with excitement in the future.

Their self entitled EP features their current track Break Out, along with Drink, Dance, Play, Life’s Good and Revolution which is available to download now.

Check out Young Kato on their first headline tour in January at the following venues:

January

17, Bristol, 02 Academy

18, Gloucester, Guildhall

19, Birmingham, 02 Academy 3

20, York, The Duchess

23, London, Notting Hill Arts Club

24, Manchester, Alter Ego

25, Swindon, The Furance

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