Catie Turner is an introspective and talented musician whose breakthrough hit single, “God Must Hate Me,” released in November 2021, became a viral sensation. The song earned over 1.2 million streams in its first week and landed Catie on Spotify’s “Next Gen Singer Songwriters” playlist. The track’s popularity earned her critical acclaim, with American Songwriter calling it “one of her most successful songs to date.” The song’s live performance video was filmed at the historic St. Ann’s Church in Brooklyn, NY, and has almost 70 million global streams.
Named by PEOPLE as one of “25 Emerging Musical Artists You Should Add to Your Playlist,” Catie Turner spent much of 2021 on the road, supporting Canadian pop band Valley and as a special guest on Léon’s Fade Into A Dream: The North American Tour. Her new single, “Hyperfixations,” marks the first chapter of her ambitious new project, Comedy & Tragedy, a two-part collection of songs and visuals to be released throughout 2023. Comedy & Tragedy: Act 1 and Comedy & Tragedy: Act 2 will showcase Turner’s intensely personal songwriting and sonic versatility. The project is based on Catie’s belief in the dichotomy of drama, where truth cannot exist without both comedy and tragedy.