LA-based Kiwi Kelsy Karter has burst onto the scene with a bang! Her debut album Missing Person, out now, has seen the singer-songwriter collaborating with producers that include the likes of Zakk Cervini (Machine Gun Kelly, Poppy) and Chris Greatti (YUNGBLUD, blink-182) both in the UK and LA.
Kelsy perfectly blends classic punk and Britpop vibes with a bit of glam-rock and you’re going to love it!
Speaking on the album Karter says, “I was so depressed and broke, and probably at the lowest point in my whole life. For a while I sort of lost myself, which is why the album’s called Missing Person. But through the process of making the record I found myself as an artist and an individual—I stopped giving a fuck about what anyone else thinks, and finally felt completely okay with who I am.”
“Missing Person is a collection of stories from my life about love, rebellion, heartbreak, individualism and the anxiety of the times we live in,” she explains. “It’s a cheeky and dramatic mix of punk and glam rock. When listening to this record, I want my fans to feel like a total badass and completely vulnerable at the same time.”
Missing Person is out now and can be streamed below: