KLP RELEASES DEBUT ALBUM ‘GIVER’

TOURING NATIONALLY IN SUPPORT

KLP has today unveiled her long awaited debut album Giver, a collection of powerful yet vulnerable music from the acclaimed songwriter and producer. Written around the world, from Stockholm to Sydney – KLP worked with various collaborators on her debut album including Nyxen, Dena Amy, Thief, One Above, Kilian and Jo and award winning producers Ed Holloway and Nick Atkinson who have recently worked with Dean Lewis and Lewis Capaldi. Drawing inspiration from her personal life as well as the world around her, the album discusses topics of life changes, loss, the impact of drug addiction, personal growth, taking back what’s yours and dancing the bad vibes away.

STREAM ‘GIVER’ THE ALBUM HERE

The 12 track debut album opens with the pumping dance anthem that is KLP’s ‘Heater’, written in the peak of summer while pregnant, KLP produced and created the track in her home studio in Sydney. ‘Under the Influence’ keeps us dancing, a track KLP wrote in Berlin with producers Killian and Jo on a writing trip last year. Album title track ‘Giver’ – featuring Dena Amy – talks self value and making sure you know what you are worth. ‘Get So Close’ is an emotional dance moment on the record, written with the award winning team of Thief and One Above, combining gripping lyrics with her signature infectious beats. Continuing on the dance floor, KLP’s ‘Swear I Lost Myself’ is more subdued, discussing what it’s like to lose yourself in a relationship. ‘Push’ lends itself to being the perfect pump up track for the gym or the club, bringing back the wobbly bass and produced entirely by KLP herself. Another piece written on KLP’s overseas writing trip ‘Avalanche’ is a self empowering bop, complete with horns and house synths. A slower moment on the record, ‘Ghost’ discusses what it’s like to be invisible in your own life, written with powerhouse writers Ed Holloway and Nick Atkinson (Dean Lewis, Lewis Capaldi). ‘Stranded’ discusses the sacrifices we make to keep others in our lives happy, creating a song you can cry and dance to, before flowing into ‘Safe and Sound’ – which showcases KLP’s strong yet delicate vocals. Closing the album is ‘Until I Find You’ a track written about her recent journey to become a mother. Featuring additional production from Set Mo and vocals from friends and family, this very personal track elucidates KLP’s growth as a songwriter throughout the album.In celebration of her debut, KLP recently announced she will be heading around the nation on her headline ‘Giver’ club tour this November and December, taking in dates from Perth to Hobart to Bali. After performing to a huge crowd at Splendour in the Grass with Set Mo, KLP has been busy this year playing show-stopping sets at Curve Ball and Big Pineapple Music Festival in support of her stellar singles. As an artist KLP has been DJing for over nine years now, producing, performing and recording all her own vocals, songwriting for others, alongside making mixes in her beloved triple j house party role which she recently left at the end of 2018 to focus on music.

KLP
‘GIVER’
OUT NOW
Tracklist:
1. Heater
2. Under The Influence Feat. Kilian & Jo
3. Giver Feat. Dena Amy
4. Get So Close
5. Swear I Lost Myself
6. Avalanche
7. Push
8. Ghost
9. Stranded
10. Safe And Sound
11. Until I Find You
12. Until I Find You (Stripped Back)

‘GIVER’ TOUR

Friday, 15th November
Uni Bar, Hobart

Sunday, 17th November
SOHO @ Fox Hotel, Brisbane

Saturday, 23rd November
Old Man’s, Bali

Saturday, 7th December
Newcastle Hotel, Newcastle

Saturday, 21st December
Otherwise, Townsville

Tuesday, 24th December
Leftbank Hotel, Perth

www.klpmusic.com

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