What happens when you let rock’n’roll offspring recreate the last supper? The answer is Kelsy Karter’s new video “Catch Me If You Can.” It’s unholy and has a dirty glamour to it where bread and wine get replaced with takeout and cocktail. Cheers to that:
As you can tell, Kelsy’s influences come from Queen, The Beatles and The Rolling Stone. “I want to be an artist that speaks to my generation” she shared. If you want a 50-year career then you have to be innovative and ahead of what’s next. The drum patterns and guitar tones on my record definitely veer toward those early Beatles/Stones vibes, but my stories and ideas will always move and grow with me in the modern world.”
Kelsy is originally from Australia, but she is currently based in LA.
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