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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Women Always Know by Cate Carter is an American rock anthem about women’s intuition.
Los Angeles based singer, songwriter and musician Cate Carter weaves pop, rock, folk and Americana genres to create a unique musical experience. Known for her emotionally charged lyrics and raw performances, Cate Carter is captivating audiences across the world.
Her upcoming five song autobiographical debut EP, Slightly Out Of Reach, is a narrative about aspects of her life that felt slightly out of reach. Whether that be a relationship, connection, trust in herself, or professional success, Cate Carter has crafted a highly relatable and impactful EP that is authentic, vulnerable and enthralling.
Standout track, “The Photo On Your Desk” is a rock banger detailing when Carter found a photo of her partner and his ex just laying on his desk.
It discusses feelings of jealousy, insecurity, and love. While it is mainly about jealousy and insecurity regarding his ex, The Photo On Your Desk is, at its core, a song about longing for security in a relationship. For your partner to love you the way you love them.-Cate Carter
With “Summer in Love”, Carter creates a meditative folk ballad complete with soulful vocals and cinematic acoustic guitars. The highly relatable narrative about knowing the life you want is slightly out of reach and thanking god that you have someone to battle through with you until you get there.
As a multifaceted artist defying genres, Cate Carter is a magnetic creative force who uses her music to inspire listeners to trust themselves and live authentically. The musician is also an advocate for important causes including intersectional feminism, voting equity and accessibility, accessible sex education, and LGBGQIA rights and protections. Slightly Out Of Reach is a powerful debut. The five track EP is set for release August 11th worldwide.
Women Always Know
Single “Women Always Know” is “about a woman’s intuition in knowing she is right about something. With lush Americana-drenched acoustic guitars and soaring vocals singing sing-a-long worthy melodies, “Women Always Know” is a must listen to roots rock anthem.
In my case, it’s about feeling like my partner was going to leave before he allowed himself to explore the beauty and potential of our relationship. In a way though, it’s a love letter to myself. I was severely bullied in middle school and boys used to call me crazy all the time. Not only taking back the word ‘crazy’ but also having a profound trust in myself was empowering and though everything in me wanted him to stay, I also knew I was going to be okay regardless.-Cate Carter
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