Katrina Ford Shares Video For “I’m Found”
Singer/songwriter Katrina Ford (Celebration, Mt Royal) has shared a brand new live video (featuring Sean Antanaitis) for “I’m Found.” The track, is the final single off her recently released debut solo EP, released June 24 via Violin Films. Katrina, Speaking on the brand new live video, which exhibits her and Sean performing the track. “Grateful in the dusty electric fuchsia room. Here’s us doing what we love to do. Our first attempt to play these as a two piece live to others. Filmed at Wrightway studios Baltimore.”
Over the past 30 years, including starring and supporting roles for TV on the Radio, UNKLE, Future Islands, and Foals. Not to mention the many bands she’s led into battle, starting with the spastic wrecking crew Jaks. (Think: Latter-day Daughters, with hold-nothing-back hints of The Jesus Lizard and Drive Like Jehu.) Between then and now, there’s also been the Gothic, art-punk grandeur of Love Life, the soulful melodies of Mt. Royal, and the many elusive shades of Celebration and its short-lived predecessor Birdland. The only connective tissue between most of ’em has been Ford’s longtime creative partner Sean Antanaitis, the singer’s other half ever since they met in art class during high school.
“Those two things — art and music — bleed together quite a bit,” explains Ford, who also makes art with collage and paper-based pieces. “Sean has always intrigued me. It’s pretty amazing — how he’s continued to surprise me for 30 years. I think it’s because we’re such different people.”
How different exactly? Well, Ford describes Antanaitis as “a really quiet person, with a great deal of patience. I’m not patient or quiet at all.” That side of Ford’s songwriting will finally come to the fore this year, largely thanks to the long overdue arrival of her first solo effort. Like everything that’s come before it, Ford’s latest batch of bold material shacks off the shackles of the past and pens its own peculiar narrative.
1. I’m Found
2. Go Deep
3. Woe Be Gone
5. Peace Out
6. Gleaming The Cube
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