ONE TO WATCH: KIM PETRAS LAUNCHES NEW SINGLE 'ALL THE TIME'
One of pop’s most promising new talents, Kim Petras is rounding off an epic summer of live shows with a new single: ‘All The Time’. Described by The Guardian as “defiantly hedonistic”, Kim’s latest offering is every bit as catchy as its predecessors ‘Heart to Break’ and ‘I Don’t Want It At All’.
Since her debut last summer, Kim Petras has racked up over 40 million streams and played a string of shows across the UK, Germany and North America – including a sold-out gig in London in May. Kim will be supporting Troye Sivan on his “The Bloom Tour” in North America from September. For dates, please visit kimpetras.com.
Hailed by Charli XCX as “the future of pop”, Kim is quickly proving herself to be a must-see live performer with a growing catalogue of bangers. The rising singer-songwriter has been tipped as one to watch by the likes of The Guardian, Noisey, NME, FADER, Music Week, i-D, Dork, Gay Times, The New York Times, and many more.
A budding fashionista with her own twist on 80s and 90s references, Kim recently graced the cover of PAPER Magazine’s Pride issue and was announced as the face of Opening Ceremony’s latest campaign.
Kim is one of a few artists championed by Spotify’s exciting emerging artist program RISE, designed to identify and break the next wave of music superstars. In the past year, she has released a string of singles independently: ‘I Don’t Want It At All’, ‘Faded’ (featuring Lil Aaron), ‘Heart to Break’, ‘Hillside Boys’, ‘Slow It Down’, ‘Hills’ featuring Baby E, ‘Can’t Do Better’, and a live acoustic cover of The Killers’ ‘Human’. Kim also featured on Charli XCX’s POP2 track ‘Unlock It’ with Jay Park.
Born in a small town outside Cologne, Germany, Kim grew up obsessed with music icons Freddie Mercury, Cyndi Lauper, and Madonna, which had a profound influence on her songwriting finesse. Kim saved up enough money to relocate to L.A. – the heart of the industry’s pop factory – to pursue her dreams. She subsequently landed a management deal with Larry Rudolph, who has guided the careers of mega stars Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus. Kim is also transgender and made headlines around the world when she became the youngest person to ever undergo gender reassignment surgery at age 16.
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