“Modern Traditional” Crooner Catie Offerman Premieres “Til I See You Again”

Rising UMG Nashville artist Catie Offerman has just released your new favorite breakup song, along with an accompanying visualizer. Entitled "Til I See You Again," the track joins "Don't Do It In Texas," "Happyland Trailer Park," and "Get A Dog" in Offerman's discography of gems.



The Texas-born Berklee College of Music alum first signed with Universal in 2020, five years after her graduation. Named one of The Boot's Artists To Watch last year, Offerman is quickly building her fanbase, with 2022 serving as her breakthrough. Currently, she has over 65,000 monthly listeners on Spotify and 16.2k followers on Instagram. Growing up, she played a variety of instruments including violin, piano, and accordion, even participating in a polka band at age 11. It only makes sense that Offerman's unique musical style blends influences from all over the spectrum - allowing her to stand out in 2022's influx of country newcomers. Everyday experiences - which include life in Texas, her relationships with people, and her much smoother connection with her dogs - inspire the content of her songs.


Describing herself as a "modern traditionalist," Offerman's music appeals to fans of classic country. "I kind of see myself as aspiring to be a female George Strait. I want to be as vulnerable as I can, and lighthearted, because life is short," explained Offerman. Songwriting helps the rising star learn more about herself, and share meaningful parts of her journey with wider audiences.


And if we haven't yet convinced you to become a fan of Offerman, here's some pictures of her dogs. Named Holly and Pearl, they inspired her second most recent single called "Get A Dog." Anyone with a heart would easily fall for their cute faces.


With that said, Offerman brings a fresh voice to country music. Over unique instrumentals that incorporate fiddles and layered drum patterns, Offerman's soulful alto voice shines. Painfully relatable lyrics, such as "I'll hurt you, you'll hurt me / It's always just a matter of time," can connect to a wide range of fans. A promising rising artist, Offerman's unique perspective and sonically diverse influences have us absolutely hooked.




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