CAITLIN MORROW

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Caitlin Morrow is a 21-year-old indie-pop singer-songwriter currently based in Darlington, UK.

Performing regularly around County Durham, often armed only with an acoustic guitar, Caitlin is known for writing folk-influenced, catchy melodies laced with heartfelt lyrics about personal experiences with relationships and mental health. Occasionally, Caitlin is often accompanied on-stage by fellow musicians  Connor Bacon and Ed Gill, with whom she recorded her upcoming EP, Toothpaste.

The title track from Toothpaste aired on BBC Introducing Tees in December 2017, with presenter Bob Fischer describing it as "really sweet".  As well as performing at the Music Box Festival, The Festival of Ingenuity and various local fundraising events, Caitlin has performed alongside Anna Pancaldi, Dale Ali, Harri Endersby, James Gray Robson and The Lovely Burn, and The Mile Roses, among others. Caitlin cites her biggest musical influences as Lucy Rose, Lewis Watson, Amber Run, and Daughter.

© 2018 by Helen Wilson

© 2018 Helen Wilson

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