Leah Kate is a pop rock singer-songwriter who will release her debut album ‘Super Over‘ on September 15, 2023. The album has 14 songs. They are also produced by Andrew Goldstein, Cirkut, Heavy Mellow, Mike Wise and TMS.
Leah Kate wrote the songs when she was with a toxic person. She said:
These songs stemmed from experiences around losing my mind to love and loss and being hard on myself and everything in between. I learned to let go and it changed me for the better. I moved onto the next chapter and truly had never felt better. The process of this album helped to heal me and make me “super over it”. I know it will do the same for everyone who listens. The last double feature before the album. These songs mean so much to me.Leah Kate, 2023
Leah Kate released two new songs from the ‘Super Over‘ album on September 1, 2023. They are ‘Unbreakup‘ and ‘Brainwash‘.
Unbreakup Song Details
‘Unbreakup‘ is a song by Leah Kate. She wrote it with Madison Love, J Hart, Jeremy ‘Kinetics’ Dussolliet, Tim ‘One Love’ Sommers, and Andrew Goldstein. Andrew Goldstein also produced the song. The music video was also directed by Jesse Boyle.
Leah Kate said on social media:
This song and video means so much to me and I really hope you love this one as much as I do. Jesse Boyle, thank you for directing this and bringing your incredible vision. And thank you to everybody who worked a long late night to make this video possible.Leah Kate, 2023
The song is about wanting to get back with someone who broke your heart. Moreover, it is a catchy and upbeat tune that shows how Leah Kate is super over her ex.
Brainwash Song Details
‘Brainwash‘ is another song by Leah Kate. She wrote it with Madison Yanofsky. Mike Wise produced the song. The song is a dark and edgy pop rock track that explores the idea of being brainwashed by someone who doesn’t treat you right.
Leah Kate said:
This song is about being in a toxic relationship where you feel like you’re losing yourself. You start to believe everything they say and do, even if it hurts you. You feel like you can’t escape, but you also don’t want to leave. It’s a very twisted and confusing feeling.Leah Kate, 2023
The song is a powerful and emotional anthem that also shows how Leah Kate is super over the manipulation and lies.
Who is Leah Kate?
Leah Kate is an American singer-songwriter who is known for her pop rock anthems that are catchy, emotional, and relatable. She has released three EPs: ‘Impulse‘, ‘What Just Happened?‘, and ‘Alive and Unwell‘. She also has a hit single called ‘10 Things I Hate About You‘ that charted in Australia and the UK. Furthermore, Leah Kate is set to release her debut album, ‘Super Over‘, in September 2023.
How did Leah Kate get famous?
Leah Kate started her career by posting song covers on her YouTube channel in 2018. She then released her own original songs, such as ‘WTF‘ and ‘Used to This‘, which gained popularity online. She got more attention when her song ‘Fuck Up the Friendship‘ went viral on TikTok and Spotify in 2020. Leah Kate signed with a major label, 10k Projects, in 2022 and released ‘10 Things I Hate About You‘, which became a global hit. She also toured with Madison Beer and Chase Atlantic in 2022.
Is Leah Kate touring?
Yes, Leah Kate is touring in 2023. She has announced a North American tour called the Super Over Tour, which will start on September 11 in Indianapolis and end on October 19 in Portland. She will also perform at festivals such as Music Midtown in Atlanta and Reading and Leeds Festival in the UK.
Kate Leah Super Over Tour Dates
|Monday, Sep 11th||Indianapolis||IN||Hi Fi|
|Wednesday, Sep 13th||St. Louis||MO||Old Rock House|
|Thursday, Sep 14th||Nashville||TN||The Basement – East|
|Friday, Sep 15th||Atlanta||GA||Music Midtown|
|Monday, Sep 18th||Washington DC||DC||Songbyrd DC|
|Tuesday, Sep 19th||Brooklyn||NY||Baby’s All Right|
|Thursday, Sep 21st||Cambridge||MA||Middle East|
|Friday, Sep 22nd||Toronto||CA||Adelaide Hall|
|Sunday, Sep 24th||Philadelphia||PA||Underground Arts|
|Tuesday, Sep 26th||Ann Arbor||MI||The Blind Pig|
|Thursday, Sep 28th||Chicago||Il||Bottom Lounge|
|Friday, Sep 29th||Minneapolis||MN||University of Minnesota|
|Sunday, Oct 1st||Denver||CO||Marquis Theater|
|Wednesday, Oct 4th||Dallas||TX||Deep Ellum Art Co.|
|Thursday, Oct 5th||Houston TX||TX||HOB Bronze Peacock|
|Friday, Oct 6th||Oklahoma City||OK||Beer City Music Hall|
|Sunday, Oct 8th||Phoenix||AZ||The Rebel Lounge|
|Monday, Oct 9th||Los Angeles||CA||Roxy|
|Tuesday, Oct 10th||San Diego||CA||SOMA Side Stage|
|Thursday, Oct 12th||Oakland||CA||The New Parish|
|Sunday, Oct 15th||Boise||ID||Neurolux|
|Monday, Oct 16th||Salt Lake City||UT||Soundwell|
|Wednesday, Oct 18th||Seattle||WA||Chop Suey|
|Thursday, Oct 19th||Portland||OR||Mission Theater|