Single Review: Young Kato // One. Two. Three. Four.

This single comes from a band who I personally see as the definition of perfect indie music.


I have been a beloved fan of Young Kato for around 3 years now since the release of their track ‘Drink, Dance and Play’; that’s the soundtrack that seems to define my final year of high school. Since that release, they’ve gone onto bigger and better things with them even releasing an album which was well received in 2015 with indie anthems such as ‘Sunshine’ that offers Two Door Cinema Club sounds.

The indie band is now taking another step as they set to release an EP at the end of September. But, for now, they tease us with their single: ‘One. Two Three. Four.’ Released at the end of August, it shows the evolution of their music and gives us listeners a hint as to what is to come of the four track EP.

Young Kato vocalist Tommy Wright states how this EP shows “the start of the next chapter of Young Kato”, the EP and single giving us a real taste of the dynamics between the six-piece band.

As they mature, so does their sound – especially with this single. Wright also said “We’re going to war with this EP” and, after the release of this single, we’ll be there cheering them on from the sidelines.

You can too as they embark on a short tour of stops around the UK. You can find out more about their live shows here.

‘One. Two. Three. Four.’ is taken from Young Kato’s upcoming EP, out September 30th.

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