Kita: “I had to write “Salt” as a personal exorcism; in my process, in my life as a modern woman and as an artist, I needed a ritual to let go of some history, to be empowered and in the moment.” “Salt” is the follow up single to 2016’s "Technicolor” which premiered on Zane Lowe’s show on Apple’s international radio station Beats 1 and was featured in a number of high profile TV placements including “Kingdom" and “Girlfriend’s Guide To Divorce”. 2017 also saw her release the original song “Momma Said” which was written for the movie "Austin Found”. Klane’s breakthrough 2015 EP “Fingerprints”, garnered impressive reviews; the title cut was featured in national advertising campaigns for Hulu and Samsung. Kita's electronic side project, The Filthy Pillows, has remixed a number of her own songs and released an EP of original material, “That New New” under that moniker.
“A desert soul that’s dangerously alluring” - KEXP
"She's a little bit Amy Winehouse and a little bit Shirley Manson" - Bruce Warren WXPN
“Sultry with tough girl overtones" - MTV
Kita Klane is managed by Nic Harcourt, famed for "discovering" nascent talents such as Florence & The Machine, Lana Del Rey, Adele, Coldplay, Norah Jones, and many more.