Hatty Keane started performing around the UK at 16 years old, quickly starting to generate label interest and eventually signing to independent music company BGM. Quickly going on to tour with the likes of Rudimental, Ellie Goulding and Ed Sheeran, it underlined the hype and reputation of a young singer being touted as a major new emerging star.
Hatty however felt that her sound needed refinement and identity. Retreating to studios across Sweden to work with producers there, Hatty shaped and honed her music further, merging edgy pop influences with retro orchestras.
New single “Pointless” comes through in epic forms. The throaty, effortless vocal remains, only painted over epic and grandiose new orchestral movements. The cinematic, ambitious scale of the instrumental can’t help but point to inspirations such as Shirley Bassey or Kate Bush – this is a bold and fearless creation grounded in sure vocal talent. Listen here
Speaking on the track, Hatty states: ‘Pointless’ was born by my worst fear – To live the run of the mill, mundane life we are expected to. ‘Pointless’ questions the norm, the ideals we have been taught to live by and believe in since we were children – did we really go the moon?”