Stuck in the House
Not a Peep
Five Thirty Five
This Is My Car
It Gets Me Down
February 4th – The Social – London, UK – TICKETS
“…a fresh sound backboned by a reverberating, almost claustrophobic rhythm, and infiltrated with Tatlock’s saccharine, ethereal vocals” – Wonderland Magazine
“Fuzzy guitars paired with sticky sweet synths and Tatlock’s signature etherial vocals, her latest solo effort is equal parts Smashing Pumpkins, and St. Vincent – a refreshing burst of pop with integrity that pays homage to her favorite era” – C-Heads
“Merging fuzz toned sonic influences from her native London with that of her adopted home of Tokyo, her pitched pop vocal and penchant for 90s indie rock make for perfectly balanced treat” – The Line Of Best Fit
“With almost claustrophobic guitar lines and Grimes-esque vocals…a subtle punch of pop princess.” – EARMILK
“Cream With A K mixes fuzzy 90s-toned indie rock with her deceptively sweet vocal and packs quite a punch” – Born Music
Following the release of her latest single ‘Saving Face’, Tokyo via London grunge-pop chanteuse Cream With a K (a.k.a. Lee Tatlock) releases her debut self-titled album TODAY worldwide. Listen HERE
Capturing her 90’s influences perfectly with a heady dose of power pop reminiscent of The Pixies and Beck, Tatlock is in a league of her own on her fantastic debut full-length.
“The writing of this album started at the end of my J-POP career when I was living in LA and then when I moved to London”, says Tatlock. “I basically recorded this record on my laptop over 3 continents so it was kind of like a paper mache until I got in the studio with Alex O’Donovan (OCTAGON) and finalized the mix into something more sophisticated. Sharing this album with everyone, makes me feel a bit shy as if I sharing like a diary of my past self… but at the same time I’m really proud how far I’ve come – with a lot of thanks to all the fans and everyone who’s helped and got involved!”
A musician, visual artist and former model, Cream With a K is most well known for her former involvement as the singer in the Japanese Pop band NEKO PUNCH (Universal Music Japan). Having cut her teeth in the entertainment industry in Tokyo, she decided it was time to reconnect with the West through Cream with a K in early 2016, her first fully English project since her start in music. Pulling her influences from her hometown of London, her adopted hometown of Tokyo and pairing them alongside fuzzy grunge tones and etherial pop vocals makes her first solo effort a surefire head turner.
Working alongside many noteworthy Japanese producers such as Takeshi Kobayashi, Hydain and Shingo Yasumoto and bilingual in Japanese and English, she also turned her hand to song and lyric writing for other Japanese and Korean artists. In Tokyo, seen as a cultural figure who links the UK and Tokyo Music scenes, she was the TV host of the Japanese Rock music TV Show NHK’s “Nippon Rocks” series.
Cream With a K will be returning to the stage next on February 4th in London @ The Social [TICKETS HERE]
The self-titled debut is out now. Listen HERE.