About Cate Le Bon



Cate Le Bon ) is a Welsh musician and producer. She sings in both English and Welsh. She has released five solo albums, three EPs and a number of singles. Le Bon has toured with artists such as St. Vincent, Perfume Genius and John Grant.


Le Bon was born in Penboyr, Carmarthenshire, Wales, and first gained public attention when she supported Gruff Rhys on his 2007 solo UK tour. She appeared as a guest vocalist on Neon Neon's 2008 single "I Lust U" from their album Stainless Style. Under her original name she provided backing vocals on Richard James's debut solo album The Seven Sleepers Den in 2006. She also appeared on his second solo album, We Went Riding, from 2010.


Her first official release was a Welsh language EP, Edrych yn Llygaid Ceffyl Benthyg , on Peski Records in 2008. She also self-released the double A-side debut single "No One Can Drag Me Down" / "Disappear" on her website. Le Bon worked alongside Gorky's Zygotic Mynci's Megan Childs, who contributed violin, and Super Furry Animals and Thrills collaborator John Thomas, who added pedal steel.


Her debut album, Me Oh My was released in 2009, followed by Cyrk and the Cyrk II EP in 2012.


In January 2013, Le Bon moved to Los Angeles to further her career in the US. Her third album, Mug Museum, was released November 2013. It was produced by Noah Georgeson and Josiah Steinbrick in Los Angeles, and featured Stephen Black and Huw Evans . She provided guest vocals on the track "Slow Train" from Kevin Morby's debut album Harlem River.


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