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Finding Kate is the fiery stage persona of songstress Kate Pavli, a 24-year-old solo artist based in London with roots in Australia and Cyprus. Though a rocker and roller at heart, Kate blends influences from Pop, Rock, Electronic and Alternative genres into her music.

After releasing her debut record "If I Fall" in 2016, Kate spent the next few years honing her craft by playing shows and drawing inspiration from the shadows and light. In 2019, Finding Kate unleashed her electrifying new single “I Feel Bad,” which was met with swarming support from fans and media worldwide. The single received an abundance of radio airtime and was playlisted by Kerrang! Radio, Planet Rock Radio and Primordial Radio and helped secure slots at shows in the UK, Germany and Cyprus.

Aside from carving out her own path with her crepuscular original music, Finding Kate has had many covers on YouTube, Spotify and TikTok soar in popularity, including her potent version of The Cranberries’ “Zombie” which has reached over 50,000 streams on Spotify. In the spirit of bringing rock & roll back to the youth, Kate has also seen major growth on social media such as TikTok and Instagram, even catching the eye (and gleeful approval) of System of a Down drummer John Dolmayan on her cover of “Aerials.” Kate has also joined Rock choir 'Choir Noir' with her vocals featured on Architects' and Frank Turner's new records.

Even with her recent rapid spike in both popularity and fanbase, Kate has not strayed far from her roots and has been working ardently on her follow-up releases with producer Chris Cara, Kate's collaborator and producer since the start of her career. Maintaining her ever-enigmatic aura, Finding Kate is currently polishing her most dynamite material yet, set for release in late 2021.

"An Australian London-based Cypriot who's got a fantastic voice with a style that’s got that kind of soundtrack-vibe. You can imagine it on the closing credits to a TV show or a film.”
-- Wyatt Wendels: New Rock Show, Planet Rock

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