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Kaeto Shares New Track “Little Me”

Alongside a Self-Produced Video

Nov 17, 2023
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Scottish-born singer Kaeto shares her new single “Little Me” accompanied by an off-the-wall self-produced video. With production by Karma Kid and Tom Stafford, it follows up her hypnotic debut single “No Body” which served notice that a sparkling innovative new talent had arrived.

Talking about the inspiration behind “Little Me”, Kaeto says, “I’m a massive trip-hop fan and I adore Beth Gibbons and Portishead, and this song felt like an opportunity to take all that passion for trip-hop and combine it with weird vocals, drone noises, oscillating synthesizers and strings—I wanted to create the feeling of slipping down the toilet bowl. We used an old handheld mic to get the megaphone vocal effect.”

Of the song’s video, she adds: “I made the video before I signed with Polydor. My idea was to create a sort of party where everyone has become the exaggerated, caricatured version of themselves that others see. I funded the video myself, so did the whole thing really cheaply: I did all the hair and makeup, all the costuming, and made all the wigs. I got some of my really talented (and very generous) friends together, covered lunch and told everyone they could have any leftover footage for their showreels. It was so fun!”

She’s recently garnered rave reviews supporting HAIM and Lauren Mayberry (you can read our review here.)

Note, the video doesn’t seem to be available in the U.S. right now, so American readers will have to make do with the audio for the song:

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