Despite being a relative newcomer, Katherine Aly is beginning to create a genuine buzz. Collaborating in the past with scene favourites Glassmaster , Chuchoter , and Midi Paul- Aly has had an excellent track record for her first few releases. From the neoclassical ‘The Skin I’m Made Of,’ to ‘Sunny Days,’ , the dark-pop ‘Misty Me,’ and electronica gem ‘God Breed.’ Her brand new single Butterflies described as a “unique talent with a genre-defying style” by Scotland on Sunday, hailed as “simply divine”by RAPAL on BBC Radio nan Gàidheal released into the world at the end of last month.
Much like Aly’s previous works the track is beautiful dark art pop , haunting but also comforting taking inspiration from cult film “Call Me By Your Name” – Aly says “It is a love song, about finding yourself in the other; being elevated by and experiencing an electrifying relationship that challenges you emotionally and intellectually while overwhelmingly shaping your identity. “
You can stream the track below