KATIE TUPPER REVEALS NEW SINGLE AND VIDEO “WOMAN NO”
WHERE TO FIND ME EP OUT THIS SPRING VIA ARTS & CRAFTS
“Woman No” is the first single from Saskatoon-based neo-soul artist Katie Tupper’s sophomore EP, Where To Find Me. Produced by Connor Seidel, the track is a timeless soul ballad driven by Tupper’s smokey vocals which soar over delicate finger-picked guitar and dreamy piano. “I wrote this song to my younger self,” explains Tupper. “I’m hoping it will defy time and space and tap into the brain of my teenage self. I want to give her advice to act on everything I was feeling rather than doing what looked right or seemed to be the correct choices.”
The official video for “Woman No”, directed by Ryley Konechny, finds Tupper singing the sultry ballad in a Saskatoon roadhouse bar surrounded by unenthusiastic bikers. A diamond in the rough, Tupper’s shimmering, emotional performance in the middle of the room is largely ignored by the patrons even as the weight of the song brings her to tears.
“Woman No” can be heard in the latest episode of Netflix’s “Workin’ Moms” debuting today.
Beneath the painted hues and infinite prairie skies of Saskatoon – a city in the heart of Canada – lies a soulful, creative spirit that proves there’s much more to the so-called ‘fly-over states’ than grassland and grain silos. Katie Tupper embodies that spirit and is determined to show there’s an entire world of boundary-pushing, genre-defying artists at work within the often overlooked region. Tupper’s 2022 debut EP, Towards The End, received glowing acclaim from a number of major publications. She appeared on eTalk and recorded a filmed television performance for CBC. Tupper is one of four participants selected to be part of the 2023 Allan Slaight JUNO Master Class.
Where To Find Me
(Arts & Crafts)
Release Date: Spring 2023