Catherine McGrath releases video for new single ‘When I’m Older’

Country-pop’s newest star Catherine McGrath has today released the video for her brand new single ‘When I’m Older’. The track came out last Friday and went straight onto Spotify’s ‘New Music Friday’ playlist and Apple Music’s ‘Best Of The Week’ list. It’s the second instalment from her upcoming EP, Starting From Now, which will be released via Warner Bros. Records on June 9thWATCH HERE

Utilising innovative online technology this short video sees Catherine reaching out of her YouTube screen, showcasing fun animations with her lyrics featuring as rolling comments, reflecting Catherine’s own interaction with her fans across social media.

‘When I’m Older’ is country-inspired, feel-good pop song that spreads the message to live life to the full, make mistakes and create memories that you’ll never forget. It follows the first track from the new EP, ‘Starting From Now’, which saw her crowned as Apple Music’s ‘Artist of The Week’ and comes with a special Instagram video which you can watch HERE.

Catherine has been making her mark live with a whole raft of gigs this year. She will be supporting Kelsea Ballerini at London’s Under The Bridge on May 11th, The Saturdays’ Una Healy on May 14th at London’s Bush Hall and heading off on a UK & Ireland tour with Irish indie-rock trio Picture This throughout May and June, including a date at London’s Electric Ballroom on May 18th.

You can also catch her at various festivals this summer, including The Great Escape, Cornbury Festival, Truck Festival, Wilderness Festival, Kendall Calling, Standon Calling and a slot at this year’s British Summer Time, Hyde Park on July 9th with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and Stevie Nicks.

For more insight into Catherine’s remarkable journey so far, you can watch her new mini documentary ‘Going Home’ HERE.

Thu 11th – Under The Bridge, London (supporting Kelsea Ballerini)
Mon 15th – Bush Hall, London (supporting Una Healy)
Thu 18th – Electric Ballroom, London (supporting Picture This)
Sat 20th – The Great Escape Festival, Brighton
Tue 23rd – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham (supporting Picture This)
Wed 24th – Oran Mor, Glasgow (supporting Picture This)
Tue 30th – Olympia Theatre, Dublin (supporting Picture This)
Wed 31st – Olympia Theatre, Dublin (supporting Picture This)

Fri 2nd – Olympia Theatre, Dublin (supporting Picture This)
Sat 3rd – Olympia Theatre, Dublin (supporting Picture This)
Sun 4th – Olympia Theatre, Dublin (supporting Picture This)
Wed 7th – The Waterfront, Belfast (supporting Picture This)
Fri 9th – Marquee, Cork (supporting Picture This)
Sat 10th – Marquee, Cork (supporting Picture This)

Sun 9th – British Summer Time, Hyde Park
Sun 9th – Cornbury Festival, Oxfordshire
Sun 23rd – Truck Festival, Oxfordshire
Fri 28th – Kendal Calling Festival, Cumbria
Sat 29th – Standon Calling Festival, Hertfordshire
Sun 30th – Y Not Festival, Derbyshire

Sun 6th – Wilderness Festival, Oxfordshire
Sat/Sun 26th – 27th – Harvest Festival, Ireland

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