Kait Berreckman
 
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โ€œ...detail-rich vignettes of nervous energy, internal struggle and social commentary...โ€
— Hear Nebraska
โ€œ...her new album demonstrates a seasoned singer/songwriter whoโ€™s spent the past decade developing her sound and finding her voice.โ€
— River Cities Reader
 
 

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โ€œI learned how to play guitar so I could write songs; the songs have always been my reason,โ€ says Kait Berreckman after debuting a fresh batch of songs to a hometown crowd in Omaha. Her new work focuses on vulnerable moments and all the different ways a heart can break; from losing the family farm to falling victim to the mirage of social media. She shows a quieter, more tender side after 2016โ€™s raucous โ€œBattle Scenesโ€ proving sheโ€™s a songwriter who sings not to be loud, but to be heard.

โ€œBattle Scenesโ€ (2016) is the second full-length album from the midwest songwriter. Songs about internal struggle masked by external poise sung with unapologetic authenticity, backed by crisp and honest rock โ€˜nโ€™ roll fill the nine-track album to the brim with guts and imagination. Berreckmanโ€™s signature pop-coated folk-rock from her 2011 release, โ€œConservation,โ€ remains intact, but with a rockier edge.

โ€œโ€œ...detail-rich vignettes of nervous energy, internal struggle and social commentary...โ€โ€
โ€” Hear Nebraska
โ€œโ€œ...her new album demonstrates a seasoned singer/songwriter whoโ€™s spent the past decade developing her sound and finding her voice.โ€โ€
โ€” River Cities Reader