Emerging UK producer goddard. reveals the music video for his high-octane remix of Cat Burns’ Top 5 hit single, ‘Go’.
The video for the goddard. remix exhibits the sober morning thoughts after the messy night before. It follows the male lead as he reflects and expresses himself through dance, the visual also includes flashbacks of a house rave with goddard. on the decks as well as a cameo appearance from Cat. goddard.’s remix of ‘Go’ has surpassed 7 million Spotify streams and has hit #2 on the Soundcloud UK Charts with over 1.34 million streams.
An artist with an impressively varied sonic palette, goddard. has cut his teeth across house, techno, and ambient genres, crafting an expressive and enriching sound. Citing influences from artists like Maribou State, Caribou, and Chase & Status, the UK producer combines his past experiences and love for drum ‘n’ bass to create freestanding electronic music – not defined by genre or concept.
Breaking into the Official Charts for the first time in her career with ‘Go’, Cat’s single is now #3 of the Official Singles Chart. The breakup anthem has now garnered over 40 million Spotify streams, is a fixture on BBC Radio 1’s A-List and dominating playlists across Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music worldwide.
Having recently supported Mae Muller on her UK Tour, Cat will make her mark on the live music circuit this year. She’s making her debut appearance at The Great Escape in Brighton next month alongside supporting Years & Years on their UK arena tour. The South London singer/songwriter will be headlining three sold-out shows at London’s Omeara and The Deaf Institute in Manchester in late May.
Cat Burns – Upcoming Live Dates 2022
Thursday 12th May – The Great Escape, Brighton
Thursday 19th May – Brighton Centre, Brighton [supporting Years & Years]
Friday 20th May – Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth [supporting Years & Years]
Saturday 21st May – Birmingham Resorts World Arena, Birmingham [supporting Years & Years]
Tuesday 24th May – Omeara, London [SOLD OUT]
Wednesday 25th May – Omeara, London [SOLD OUT]
Thursday 26th May – The OVO, Wembley, London [supporting Years & Years]
Saturday 28th May – AO Arena, Manchester [supporting Years & Years]
Sunday 29th May – Neck of The Woods Festival, Norwich
Tuesday 31st May – The Deaf Institute, Manchester [SOLD OUT]
Friday 24th June – The National Museum of Ireland – Pride Opening Party, Dublin
Friday 12th August – Boardmasters, Newquay