Indie-pop singer-songwriter Catterina leads listeners through her experience of healing after a loss of love in her debut EP, Four Twenty One. This record is a collection of six stunning tracks detailing the full scope of emotions following a painful heartbreak – from falling in love to falling apart, self-reflection, the intricacies of navigating self-love, and healing your inner child.
With a rich vocal reminiscent of The Cranberries’ Dolores O’Riordan layered with the brooding poetry of Phoebe Bridgers, Catterina’s voice melts beautifully into colorful soundscapes led by pristine acoustic guitar and whimsical synths.
For the emerging powerhouse, this project represents the moments when she truly stepped into her voice. Catterina and her family had in recent years fallen victim to the Texas winter freeze which left them displaced for months on end; it was during this time their family was forced to relocate to a hotel where the artist found herself taking refuge in room 421. With nowhere else to turn during this challenging time, the songstress stood face to face with the parts of herself needing reflection and attention the most. She wrote the majority of this brilliantly vulnerable, raw EP from that room.