Kim in Waterford, Ireland in 2008
|Birth name||Katie Sullivan|
16 March 1983 |
|Genres||Indie folk, lo-fi, ambient, alternative rock|
|Occupation(s)||Musician, singer-songwriter, composer|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, bass piano, keyboards|
Katie Sullivan (born 16 March 1983), also known as Katie Kim, is an Irish musician, singer-songwriter and composer.
Kim performs atmospheric alternative folk rock music as a solo project, using a loop station and both classical and electric guitar. She also performs with as part of an ensemble, playing guitar, bass, keyboards and singing.
Kim has released two studio albums, Twelve (2008) and Cover & Flood (2012). In addition she has also composed a film score, an original soundtrack for The Seashell and the Clergyman. Commissioned by The Cork French Film Festival, Kim performed the score at the Pavilion, Cork in front of a live audience in 2011.
- Twelve (2008)
- Cover & Flood (2012)
- "Radio" (2008)
- "Heavy Lighting" (2012)
- "The Feast" (2013)
- The Seashell and the Clergyman (La coquille et le clergyman) (2011)
- The Nightsaver – David Kitt (2009)
- It Goes, It Goes (Forever & Ever) – Halves (2010)
- An Appointment with Mr Yeats – The Waterboys (2011)
- Songs to Save a Life – Various artists (2012)
- Final Witness (Episode 6: "A Mother's Revenge"/ Episode 7 - ""What the Boy Saw")
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