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Genitalia, deconsecrated churches and the toil of Leonard Cohen - it's all in Extended Play 004 with Kathryn Williams.
Over 12 albums, Liverpudlian singer-songwriter Kathryn Williams has forged a reputation for subtly enchanting, heartfelt writing. Following a Mercury nomination for 2000's Little Black Numbers she was snapped up by a major label and produced three records before eventually finding her home with current label One Little Indian (home to Björk and Jesse Malin).
Kathryn's consistent quality in the art of songcraft is evidenced most recently on the Sylvia Plath-inspired collection Hypoxia. Here Matt and Kathryn discuss her unique relationship with her fans, missing out on the Mercurys and moving bouncers to tears...