On her debut single...
"Kit Lindsey’s love of music shines through in her epic gothic tale “Appalachian Sunday.” The murder ballad — a feminist twist on an old tale with a modern morally ambiguous lens — soars with emotion and simmers with tension."
- Adobe & Teardrops
"Time-travelling us back to an old school murder ballad that will catch your attention, Kit Lindsey shows us the hero and the villain in a modern way that is rather incredible to witness. Her tone is somber, honest, and takes us right into the moment where that fateful moment took place."
- A&R Factory
"the debut single by Kit Lindsey has a brooding ominous presence"
- The Americana UK
Inspired by mountain melodies and stories older than her, Kit Lindsey pairs big sky honky-tonk with messages that feel authentically Appalachian. Backed by bluegrass pickers, her gritty and undeniably robust voice is the perfect vehicle for a cowgirl’s blues. Kit’s debut single speaks to the romanticism and hardships of her childhood and how her songwriting draws on the folk ballad, but in her live show and candor, she is reminiscent of the great outlaws of country music.
Kit got her start in her white steeple, small town childhood church in the Blue Ridge foothills. Her parents frequently played and sang in the church and around their home, instilling in her a strong love of gospel, classic rock, and folk music. After the disbandment of her first group that centered around blues and alt-country, West of Caroline, Kit recorded and released two debut singles in 2022 produced by Zach McCord at McCord House Recording that reflected Kit's goal of delivering her personal stories through the country music that played an immeasurable role in making her a musician. To date, Kit has performed all over the southeast, whether it be an acoustic solo set in a dive bar or alongside a full outfit of musicians on an ampitheatre stage. She aims to bring her music to a wider audience in 2023 through more frequent and farther-reaching live shows.
Stream Kit's latest release, High and Dry.
Or her debut single, Appalachian Sunday.