Dropping into New York City for Katie Costello and her latest cut from the E.P. New World entitled A Beautiful Mystery.
REBEL POP Records artist and co-founder Katie Costello has just premiered the video for her current single “A Beautiful Mystery” over on Huff Post. The video is an eclectic mix of performance footage and quirky animation that showcases Costello’s diverse style and taste. Costello had this to say about the current single and video: “The song is about how your outlook can change your experience of life. The music video captures different chapters of my career that in retrospect give me a deepened appreciation for the journey of life…and where it takes you!”
“A Beautiful Mystery” is featured on Costello’s recently released three-song EP, “New World” (REBEL POP Records). The EP has been receiving positive reviews thus far, with We Plug Good Music calling the record “the start of a musical revolution that the world is craving,” and Music Existence saying the record is full of “music that will genuinely make your heart feel full and happy.”
Fans can purchase “New World” on iTunes or stream it now on Spotify.
Following “New World,” Katie Costello will be releasing her much anticipated new full-length album Twice the Love in October, with a record release show scheduled for October 6th at Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles. REBEL POP Records artist and co-founder Katie Costello has a new and fresh vision for modern pop music. With her anthemic slabs of pop positivity, tracks like “New World” burst at the seams with the kind of upbeat open-mindedness that a world currently in turmoil needs. In a recent interview with Pur Opulence, Costello described her uplifting messages of unity, diversity, and hope: “I call my style of music Rebel Pop. It’s “rebel” because I’m the artist, composer, music publisher and record label – doing it authentically and independently. It’s “pop” because it’s feel good music that is intended for everyone.” Costello’s unique brand of pop music has already received rave reviews and praise from music industry tastemakers. Los Angeles based NPR affiliate KCRW’s Nic Harcourt featured Katie on his “Today’s Top Tune” show, and praised Costello for her mature songwriting and “making her path clear.” Interview Magazine has called Katie’s vocals “pristine and smoky,” and compared her to Ingrid Michaelson and Regina Spektor. Paste praised Katie for her “unique take on an oft-stilted genre.”