Watch Katy J Pearson reveals the video for ‘Miracle’

Katy J Pearson reveals the video for 'Miracle'

Directed by Joe Lycett!

Following the release of last year’s debut ‘Return’, Katy J Pearson is now revealing the video for album gem ‘Miracle’.

Directed by Joe Lycett, Katy says, “This video was an absolute dream to make. Joe was just such a pleasure to work with and I’m so happy he listened to my whacky ideas about cows and the coast. Was such a special time and I hope everybody enjoys it as much as I did making it. Big thanks to Muriel the cow, of course, who was the star of the show!”

Joe adds, “I’m a huge fan of Katy and her latest album ‘Return’ so to direct a music video for Miracle, one of my favourite tracks from the record, was a dream come true. We have been planning this since last summer and think we pulled off something ridiculous yet strangely beautiful and I’m wildly proud of the results. Katy is mesmerising and her album is an extraordinary piece of art.”

Revisit our chat with Katy from our November 2020 issue now!

See Katy live at the following dates:

JUNE
03 – Abbeydale Picture House – SHEFFIELD – SOLD OUT
04 – Brudenell Social Club – LEEDS – SOLD OUT
05 – The Crescent – YORK
06 – Widnes Library – WIDNES
10 – Strange Brew – BRISTOL (6pm show) – SOLD OUT
10 – Strange Brew – BRISTOL (8.15pm show) – SOLD OUT
12 – Jazz Café – LONDON (6.30pm show)
12 – Jazz Café – LONDON (10pm show)

AUGUST
07 – South Facing Festival – CRYSTAL PALACE, LONDON
25 – The Louisiana – BRISTOL – SOLD OUT
26 – The Louisiana – BRISTOL – SOLD OUT
27 – Moth Club – LONDON
28 – Esquires – BEDFORD
29 – Elsewhere – MARGATE
30 – Boileroom – GUILDFORD
31 – Heartbreakers – SOUTHAMPTON

SEPTEMBER
01 – The Junction – PLYMOUTH
03 – End Of The Road Festival – DORSET – SOLD OUT
04 – Moseley Folk Festival – BIRMINGHAM
18 – Wide Eyed – LEICESTER
25 – Eastbound – DUBLIN

OCTOBER
01 – Ipswich Sound City – IPSWICH
02 – Brudenell Social Club – LEEDS*
04 – Fulford Arms – YORK
06 – The Social – HULL*
10 – The Bullingdon – OXFORD
13 – Chalk – BRIGHTON ^
14 – Rock City – NOTTINGHAM ^
15 – Guildhall – GLOUCESTER ^
17 – Institute – BIRMINGHAM ^
18 – Riverside – NEWCASTLE ^
19 – The Beat Generator – DUNDEE ^
20 – Lemon Tree – ABERDEEN ^
21 – SWG3 – GLASGOW ^
22 – The Sugarmill – STOKE*
23 – Westgarth Social Club – MIDDLESBROUGH
24 – Leadmill – SHEFFIELD ^
25 – Ritz – MANCHESTER ^
26 – EartH – LONDON ^
27 – The Globe – CARDIFF*
28 – Wedgewood Rooms – PORTSMOUTH*
30 – The Brewery Arts Centre – KENDALL*

NOVEMBER
18 – Rescue Rooms – NOTTINGHAM*

* supporting BC Camplight
^ supporting The Magic Gang


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