Cat Una is an Indie-folk singer-songwriter of Irish/Italian decent. Spending her childhood days in a melting pot of culture, a love for music was born out of observing her Father and Grandfather playing jazz piano and saxophone, quickly spiralling into obsession and becoming a private vessel for the expression of emotions.
During her time at University, Cat Una had bagged herself a solo slot at the renowned Live at Leeds festival as well as airplay on BBC Introducing in West Yorkshire with 'Ivy’, a track she co-wrote with guitarist Mac Volpe, who still accompanies her to this day. As well as supporting artists such as Tom Williams and Jerry Williams on their UK tours, Cat Una was the first signed asset of pioneering not-for-profit label ‘Monomyth Records’, who have endorsed several releases which continue to be praised by the BBC introducing in WY team.
After a period of re-calibration involving the balancing act between working on a telephone switchboard by day, and crafting as well as performing a stream of stripped back shows by night, Cat Una is fast approaching the release of her latest single 'Wait it Out’. It provides a glimpse into the journey Cat has made over recent years, showcasing notable growth in both her confessional style of song-writing and advancement of her vocal prowess. Cat says of the new single, “I guess the crux of this one, for me anyway, is about when you close yourself off and don't ask for help when you probably need it the most”.