Kaycie Satterfield

Kaycie Satterfield's smart songwriting in "Women's Fiction" EP

Guitarist, singer songwriter Kaycie Satterfield is a welcome voice to the growing scene of NYC storytellers. One of Brooklyn-bred indie rock's best kept secrets, her voice croons confessional lyrics following rhythmic leads and melodic ideas that veer her natural folky approach towards indie-influenced sonic territories. With her powerful and smart songs inspired by jazzy singer-songwriters like Carole King and Joni Mitchell, Kaycie successfully transcends musical genres and hits emotional cords in ways that are never banal. For more news on Kaycie Satterfield, check out her website or label, Brooklyn based paper moon records. - Susan Moon

Kaycie Satterfield's "Paper Cranes" is a soft, jazzy tune for your summer afternoons

 "Do you remember when we traded double dutch for pearls / started straightening our curls just to look like all the other girls?" If there are two things Kaycie Satterfield knows how to do, it's how to tell a story, and how to harmonize. "Paper Cranes," the soulful singer-songwriter's newest single is a whimsical ode to girlhood, carefree summers and most importantly, friendship. The song sounds downright pleasant- Satterfield's voice sits atop a beautifully jazzy soundscape of groovy guitars/bass and finger snaps and the chorus of harmonies sounds almost angelic. The Nashville artist will be playing at PIANOS in New York on 9/1. -Geena Kloeppel

 

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