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Kitten (band)
Kitten is an American alternative rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 2009. It is fronted by vocalist Chloe Chaidez, who founded the band and

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KittenKitten band members in 2019.
From left to right: Chloe Chaidez, Dave Stagno, Parker Silzer IV, Max Tsiring, Blu DeTiger and Rex DeTiger.Background informationOriginLos Angeles, California, United StatesGenres
  • Alternative rock[1][2]
  • new wave[3][4]
  • synth-pop[5][1]
  • power pop[6]
Years active2009 (2009)–presentLabels
  • Elektra
  • Atlantic
  • RED Music
Associated acts
  • FIDLAR
  • Talk in Tongues[7]
  • BITS[8]
Websitekittentheband.comMembers
  • Chloe Chaidez
  • Dave Stagno
  • Parker Silzer IV
  • Max Tsiring
  • Blu DeTiger
  • Rex DeTiger
Past members
  • Max Ratsky
  • Max Kuehn
  • Elvis Kuehn
  • Andy Miller
  • Zac Carper
  • Chris Vogel
  • Lukas Frank
  • Bryan DeLeon
  • Waylon Rector
  • Zach Bilson

Kitten is an American alternative rock band formed in Los Angeles, California in 2009. It is fronted by vocalist Chloe Chaidez, who founded the band and had been its sole consistent member since its inception.[9][10] The band is currently based in New York City, New York.[9] Its current members—in addition to Chaidez—are guitarists Dave Stagno and Parker Silzer IV, keyboardist Max Tsiring, bassist Blu DeTiger, and drummer Rex DeTiger.[11]

Kitten were previously been signed to Atlantic and Elektra Records,[12][13] and are currently on the roster of RED Music.[14] Their debut album Kitten was released in 2014 by Elektra.[15] They have also released six extended plays: Sunday School (2010),[16] Cut It Out (2012), Like a Stranger (2013), Heaven or Somewhere in Between (2016),[17] Pink Champagne (2018),[18] and Goodbye Honeymoon Phase (2019).[19] Kitten are known for their 80s-inspired sound and energetic live shows.[20][21]

Contents
  • 1 History
    • 1.1 2009–12: Formation, Sunday School & Cut It Out
    • 1.2 2013–15: Like a Stranger, MXTP & Kitten
    • 1.3 2016–2018: Heaven or Somewhere in Between & Pink Champagne
    • 1.4 2019: Pride Month covers & Goodbye Honeymoon Phase
  • 2 Style and influences
  • 3 Band members
  • 4 Discography
    • 4.1 Studio albums
    • 4.2 Extended plays
    • 4.3 Mixtapes
    • 4.4 Compilation albums
    • 4.5 Singles
      • 4.5.1 As lead artist
      • 4.5.2 As featured artist
    • 4.6 Guest appearances
    • 4.7 Music videos
      • 4.7.1 As lead artist
      • 4.7.2 As featured artist
  • 5 Tours
    • 5.1 Headlining
    • 5.2 Opening act
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links
History 2009–12: Formation, Sunday School & Cut It Out

Kitten was formed in 2009. Front woman Chloe Chaidez formed the band after meeting producer Chad Anderson, with whom she developed a professional relationship. Anderson would become the manager of Kitten, and contribute as a producer and songwriter for the band.[10][22] Kitten's first guitarist, Max Ratsky, introduced Chaidez to the other musicians who would join Kitten's original lineup.[23] These fellow founding members were drummer Max Kuehn, keyboardist Elvis Kuehn, and guitarist Andy Miller.[24] Ratsky left Kitten in 2009; prior to the release of their debut extended play, which the band had begun working on that year.[25]

In 2010, Kitten were signed to Atlantic Records,[12] and bassist Zac Carper joined the band.[26] Various demos were shared by the band in the lead-up to their upcoming EP, such as "We Did It Anyway", "Don't Kill the Light", and "Johnny Johnny Johnny".[27][28] The final version of "Don't Kill the Light", renamed "Kill the Light", was shared as a free download in March 2010.[29] Kitten's debut extended play, Sunday School, was released in October 2010.[30] The following November, the track "Kill the Light" was released as a single on 7" vinyl.[31]

In December 2010, Kitten began working on a planned full-length album.[32][33] By early 2011, they had recruited bassist Chris Vogel as a new band member.[34] The band ultimately decided to release five of their new songs as an extended play; planning to combine EP tracks and other new material into an album later on.[35]

Kitten recorded a cover of "Panic" by The Smiths in 2011, which they contributed to the tribute album Please Please Please: A Tribute to The Smiths.[36][37]

To promote their upcoming EP, the band released two singles in 2012: the double single "Cut It Out" / "Sugar" in May, and "Japanese Eyes" in July.[38][39] The EP, titled Cut It Out, was released on August 28, 2012 through Atlantic Records.[40][41] Chloe Chaidez described its sound as being more electronic, while still containing the "rock element" of their previous EP.[42] The new sound was the result of Chaidez experimenting with electronic music production using Ableton, and the influence of 80s new wave music.[43][44]

Following the release of Cut It Out, Kitten went through major lineup changes. Band members Max Kuehn, Elvis Kuehn, and Zac Carper left Kitten to focus on their other band, FIDLAR.[10] Later in 2012, Kitten recruited three new members—drummer Lukas Frank, keyboardist Bryan DeLeon, and guitarist Waylon Rector—and Andy Miller and Chris Vogel left the band.[45] By early 2013, Kitten had also gained a new bassist, Zach Bilson.[46][47]

2013–15: Like a Stranger, MXTP & Kitten

In February 2013, Kitten shared a new song titled "Yesterday (What's Love)".[46] The following August, they shared the track "Like a Stranger" to promote their upcoming extended play of the same name. They revealed at the same time that their debut album was scheduled for 2014.[48] The Like a Stranger EP was released on August 27, 2013 through Elektra Records.[49]

Chaidez performing during Kitten's first headlining tour in 2014

Later in 2013, following the release of Like a Stranger, band members Waylon Rector, Lukas Frank, Zach Bilson, and Bryan DeLeon chose to leave Kitten. [50] In February 2014, Rector, Bilson, and DeLeon rejoined the band, joining Chaidez on tour supporting The Neighbourhood.[51][52]

Kitten premiered a new track, "Money", along with its music video in February 2014. The video stars musician Ariel Pink. Chloe Chaidez stated that, while recording their debut album, the band had ideas for music that did not fit the album's sound. They decided to release some of these tracks, including "Money", as a separate project. According to Chaidez, the songs were inspired by "old Missy Elliot, Arca, Drake, Future, Yeezus, etc."[53] This project emerged as a seven-track mixtape titled MXTP, which was released on May 13, 2014. It was available to stream exclusively via Beats Music.[54] That same month, Waylon Rector, Zach Bilson, and Bryan DeLeon left the band again. This left Chloe Chaidez as the sole remaining member of Kitten.[55][56]

Kitten's eponymous debut album, Kitten, was released on June 24, 2014 by Elektra Records.[15] It is composed both of new music and songs from the band's earlier extended plays.[3] The album was preceded by two singles: "Why I Wait" and "G#";[57][58] the latter originally appeared on Kitten's 2012 EP Cut It Out. To celebrate the album's release, Kitten held a record release party at El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles.[59] This show commenced the band's first headlining tour, which included dates in the United States and Canada.[60][61]

In March 2015, Kitten shared a new track titled "Big Dope Baby" via SoundCloud. The song saw Chaidez experiment with a more punk sound.[62] Also in 2015, Kitten sold a compilation CD titled Diamonds on tour. It included various songs from their earlier releases, as well as four previously unreleased tracks ("Michael", "Catholic Boyz", "Hot Rod", and "Running Away") and new remixes of "Sugar" and "Like a Stranger".[63]

2016–2018: Heaven or Somewhere in Between & Pink Champagne

As of 2016, Kitten had left Elektra Records, opting to go independent.[13] In January 2016, the band released a new single, "Fall on Me", and announced an upcoming EP titled Heaven or Somewhere in Between.[64] The EP was released independently on March 4, 2016.[65] It largely focuses on spiritual themes; according to Chaidez, "a lot of the lyrics have to do with the relationship between you and whatever your God is and how that plays out into your life".[66] Chaidez worked on the songs with a new collaborator, Dave Stagno; as well as a long-time collaborator, producer Chad Anderson. Stagno played keyboards on the EP, but would go on to join Kitten as a guitarist.[13][11] Heaven or Somewhere in Between was ranked seventeenth in Rolling Stone's list of "20 Best Pop Albums of 2016".[17] In July 2016, Kitten released a new single titled "Steal the Night".[67] The song appears as a bonus track on the vinyl release of Heaven or Somewhere in Between, along with a "piano version" of "Fall on Me".[68]

In August 2016, Kitten began a crowdfunding campaign through the website PledgeMusic to fund their planned second album.[69] The band shared two new songs in February 2017: "No Hallelujah" and "Oh My God".[70][71] Both songs were made available to download via PledgeMusic, exclusively for "Pledgers".[72][73]

In 2017–2018, Kitten went through a major lineup change. Guitarist Parker Silzer IV and keyboardist Max Tsiring joined the band in January 2017.[74][11] The following September, Kitten reconnected with musician Blu DeTiger—who had opened for the band in 2015[75]—on the set of the music video for "Phases" by Alma and French Montana.[76][77] DeTiger soon joined Kitten as a bassist. As of early 2018, Blu's brother Rex DeTiger had also joined Kitten as a drummer.[78][8][11]

In November 2017, Kitten shared a live recording of a new song titled "Strange Embrace".[79] The following February, they released a new single, "I Did It!", to promote an upcoming project.[80] The studio version of "Strange Embrace" was released as the second single from the project in May 2018.[81] On June 1, 2018, Kitten released their fifth extended play, Pink Champagne. It is their first project to be entirely self-produced by the band. Its lyrics, according to Chloe Chaidez, "mostly deal with personal relationships and mostly from a position of newfound strength".[18] The EP was released by the record label RED Music;[82] Kitten are currently on their roster.[14]

In August 2018, Kitten released a new single titled "Secrets", along with its B-side "Mercury".[83] A new version of their song "Oh My God" was released as a single in October 2018.[84]

2019: Pride Month covers & Goodbye Honeymoon Phase

In June 2019, Kitten announced that they would be covering a song by an LGBT musician each week of Pride Month. The covers, which were shared via PAPER Magazine, included "Your Song" by Elton John,[85] "It's My Party" by Lesley Gore,[86] and "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" by Culture Club.[87]

On August 15, 2019, Kitten shared a new song, "Memphis", and announced an upcoming extended play. The title of the EP was initially revealed to be Honeymoon Phase,[88] but it was later renamed Goodbye Honeymoon Phase.[89] The day after its premiere, "Memphis" was officially released as a single,[90] and its music video was shared.[91] The EP's title track was released as the second single on September 20, 2019; Chloe Chaidez described its sound as "Avril Lavigne meets PC Music".[89] On October 11, Kitten revealed the album cover and track listing of the extended play.[92] Goodbye Honeymoon Phase was released on October 18, 2019.[19] On the same day, the band shared the music video for the EP track "Me".[93]

Kitten made an appearance on the first season of the Netflix original series I'm with the Band: Nasty Cherry,[94] which was released in November 2019.[95] The docuseries is about the formation of the girl band Nasty Cherry, for which Kitten's Chloe Chaidez plays guitar.[96]

Style and influences Chaidez (pictured) is known for climbing atop high surfaces during performances

Music reporters and critics have frequently likened Kitten's work to music from the 1980s.[20][4] Throughout their career they have been referred to as an alternative/indie rock and new wave band.[2][97][3] Kitten have also pursued a more pop-influenced direction, particularly since their EP Heaven or Somewhere in Between.[5][6] Chloe Chaidez has stated, though, that "Kitten will always be a rock band".[1]

Kitten are known for their energetic stage presence during live performances.[21] Chaidez, who has a background in gymnastics, incorporates acrobatics into the bands performances; for example, climbing up and jumping off of high surfaces.[98][9][99]

Chaidez's decision to pursue music was influenced by her father Mike Chaidez, who was the drummer in East Los Angeles punk band Thee Undertakers, and who taught her to play bass.[35][100] Throughout her career with Kitten, Chaidez has named acts including Ian Curtis, Karen O, Cat Power, Prince, David Bowie, My Bloody Valentine, The Stone Roses, Conor Oberst, Pulp, Suede, Annie Lennox, and Bryan Ferry as influences.[101][102][13][74] The band cited The Go-Go's, The Motels, and Siouxsie and the Banshees as inspirations for their 2018 extended play Pink Champagne.[103]

Band members

Current members

  • Chloe Chaidez – vocals (2009–present)
  • Dave Stagno – guitar, keyboards (formerly) (2016–present)
  • Parker Silzer IV – guitar (2017–present)
  • Max Tsiring – keyboards (2017–present)
  • Blu DeTiger – bass (2017–present)
  • Rex DeTiger – drums (2018–present)

Former members

  • Max Ratsky – guitar (2009)
  • Max Kuehn – drums (2009–2012)
  • Elvis Kuehn – keyboards (2009–2012)
  • Andy Miller – guitar (2009–2012)
  • Zac Carper – bass (2010–2012)
  • Chris Vogel – bass (2011–2012)
  • Lukas Frank – drums (2012–2013)
  • Bryan DeLeon – keyboards (2012–2013, 2014)
  • Waylon Rector – guitar (2012–2013, 2014)
  • Zach Bilson – bass (2013, 2014)

Former touring musicians

  • Nicolas Perez – guitar (circa 2014–2017)[104][105][106]
  • Omar Ahmed – bass (circa 2014–2017)[104][107]
  • Kameron Waters – drums (circa 2014–2016)[104][108]
  • Ronnie Lanzilotta – bass (circa 2016)[109][110]

Timeline

Discography Studio albums
  • Kitten (2014)
Extended plays Title Details Notes Sunday School[30]
  • Released: October 19, 2010
  • Label: The Control Group
  • Formats: CD,[111] 12",[112] digital download[113]
Track listing[113]No.TitleLength1."Kill the Light"4:382."Chinatown"3:173."Johnny, Johnny, Johnny"3:194."Allison Day"2:365."Kitten with a Whip"4:07Total length:17:57UK iTunes Store bonus track[114]No.TitleLength6."Science and Regret"3:23Total length:21:20Vinyl bonus track[112]No.TitleLength6."Blue World" (Esquire Mix)  Cut It Out
  • Released: August 28, 2012
  • Label: Atlantic
  • Formats: CD, LP, 12",[115] digital download[116]
Like a Stranger
  • Released: August 27, 2013
  • Label: Elektra
  • Formats: CD,[117] 12",[118] digital download[119]
Heaven or Somewhere in Between[65]
  • Released: March 4, 2016
  • Label: Scary Kid Records
  • Formats: CD, 12",[120] digital download
Track listingNo.TitleLength1."Fall on Me"4:172."Church"4:113."Heaven"5:124."Knife"4:045."Rapture"5:04Total length:22:48Vinyl bonus tracks[68]No.TitleLength6."Steal the Night" 7."Fall on Me" (Piano Version)  Pink Champagne[121]
  • Released: June 1, 2018
  • Label: RED Music[82]
  • Formats: 12",[122] CD, digital download
Track listingNo.TitleLength1."Pink Champagne"3:352."I Did It!"3:323."Strange Embrace"4:184."Abigail"4:17Total length:15:42 Goodbye Honeymoon Phase[19]
  • Released: October 18, 2019
  • Label: RED Music[123]
  • Formats: 12",[122] digital download
Track listingNo.TitleLength1."Memphis"3:392."Me"3:283."Goodbye Honeymoon Phase"2:584."Distraction"3:355."Friday's No Fun Anymore"3:33Total length:17:13 Mixtapes Title Details Notes MXTP[54]
  • Released: May 13, 2014
  • Format: Digital download
Track listingNo.TitleLength1."My Rulez" (featuring LIZ) 2."Money" 3."Who You Think I Am" 4."Get Close to Me" 5."MLK Day" 6."Far Away" 7."Drag You In" Total length:23:17 Compilation albums Title Details Notes Diamonds[63]
  • Released: April 3, 2015
  • Format: CD
Track listingNo.TitleLength1."Junk" (from Cut It Out, 2011) 2."Michael" (previously unreleased) 3."My Rulez" (featuring LIZ) (from MXTP, 2014) 4."Catholic Boyz" (previously unreleased) 5."Christina" (from Cut It Out) 6."Panic" (from Please Please Please: A Tribute to The Smiths, 2011) 7."Money" (from MXTP) 8."Diamond" (from Like a Stranger, 2013) 9."Hot Rod" (previously unreleased) 10."Japanese Eyes" (from Cut It Out) 11."Running Away" (previously unreleased) 12."Sugar" (Remix) (previously unreleased) 13."Like a Stranger" (Remix) (previously unreleased)  Singles As lead artist Title Year Album B-side "Kill the Light"[31] 2010 Sunday School "Kitten with a Whip" (Garage Version) "Cut It Out"[38] 2012 Cut It Out "Sugar" "Japanese Eyes"[39] — "Why I Wait"[57] 2014 Kitten — "G#"[58] — "Fall on Me"[124] 2016 Heaven or Somewhere in Between — "Steal the Night"[67] — "I Did It!"[80] 2018 Pink Champagne — "Strange Embrace"[81] — "Secrets"[83] Non-album single "Mercury" "Oh My God"[84] — "Memphis"[88] 2019 Goodbye Honeymoon Phase — "Goodbye Honeymoon Phase"[89] — As featured artist Title Year Album "Unconditional"[125]
(Touch Sensitive featuring Kitten) 2019 Non-album single Guest appearances Title Year Album "Panic"[37] 2011 Please Please Please: A Tribute to The Smiths Music videos As lead artist Title Year Director(s) Ref. "Chinatown" 2011 Bryan Schlam [126] "Cut It Out" 2012 Hana Ardelean & Jen Szilvagyi [127] "G#" Christian Sorensen Hansen [128] "Japanese Eyes" Unknown [129] "Like a Stranger" 2013 Dannel Escallón [130] "Money" 2014 Kaitlin Christy [131] "Fall on Me" 2016 Joshua Shultz [132] "Church" [133] "Steal the Night" Unknown [134] "Oh My God" 2017 [71] "I Did It!" 2018 Abigail Tulis [135] "Pink Champagne" [82] "Strange Embrace" [136] "Secrets" (Live in Studio) Luca Balser [137] "Memphis" 2019 Tsarina Merrin [138] "Me" [93] As featured artist Title Year Other artist Director Ref. "Unconditional" 2019 Touch Sensitive Rosanna Peng [139] Tours Headlining
  • Summer Tour (2014) (United States and Canada)[140]
  • Kitten 2K15 (2015) (United States and England)[141][142]
  • Heaven or Somewhere in Between Tour (2016) (United States)[143]
  • Steal the Night Tour (2016) (United States)[144][145]
  • East Coast Tour (2017) (United States)[146][147]
  • I Did It! Tour (2018) (United States)[148]
Opening act
  • Young the Giant – 2011 tour (United States)[149][150]
  • Funeral Party – 2011 tour (Scotland and England)[151]
  • Electric Six – Hello Destructor Tour (2011) (United States)[152][153]
  • Pomegranates – Heaven Tour (2012) (United States)[154][155]
  • The Joy Formidable – 2013 tour (United States)[156][157]
  • Paramore – The Self-Titled Tour (2013) (United States and Canada)
  • Charli XCX – North American tour (2013) (United States and Canada)[158]
  • The Neighbourhood – Le Tour Noir (2014) (United States and Canada)[159][160]
  • Gary Numan – Splinter Tour (2014) (United States and Canada)[161][162]
  • Mainland – Villains Tour (2018) (United States)[163]
  • Blue October – I Hope You're Happy Tour (2018) (United States)[164][165]
  • Girlpool – What Chaos Is Imaginary Tour (2019) (United States)[166][167]
  • Waterparks – Fandom Tour (2019) (United States)[168]
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