by Noctis Online


Music September 12, 2017

Berlin-based, Italian-born indie-pop artist MissinCat is set to release her upcoming EP, ‘Forces’, this Friday and we’ve got an exclusive listen just for you. The album includes recently released single, ‘Made of Stone’, which was produced by Robot Koch and has already racked up over 500 thousand plays on Spotify. ‘Mother’ is another noteworthy track; Made in collaboration with La Boum Fatale is has already garnered support from tastemaker publications Clash and Konbini. MissinCat has also performed at Berlin Sessions, shared stages with the likes of Incubus and Pearl Jam at Heineken Jammin Festival and was selected as the supporting act for Amy Winehouse’s 2008 Germany Tour.

So to be honest, she’s pretty damn cool.

‘Forces’ is a thrilling musical journey that MissinCat has created. The EP consists of five tracks with five different artists; Hundreds, Me & My Drummer, Robot Koch, La Boum Fatale and Federico Albanese. While every single track is an exciting collaboration, each has its own unique story to tell. Different worlds and musical styles collide that brings energy and life into the music. But at the same time, she stays true to her own unique style. Each track remains recognizable as a MissinCat song, and as a result, creates a consistent, soulful sonic landscape throughout the EP.

Speaking of the EP, MissinCat says, “It was important to learn how to lose control. I let go to see what happens. You have to keep looking at yourself from a distance, especially during the creative process. Working in the studio, this means trying different versions and arrangements to find out what movements and developments are possible within each song.”



‘Forces’ is released on 15th September

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