Synth rockers Kitten may have cut their teeth opening for bands like No Doubt and Paramore, but their electrifying live presence has quickly made them a headlining act in their own right. Frontwoman Chloe Chaidez can command a stage with the best of them, and her passion and intensity always mesmerize audiences as the band soars through synth-heavy anthems like "Cut It Out" and "Like A Stranger". From festival stages to small clubs, Kitten has proven that they are one of the most compelling young bands on the road, leaving fans clawing for a chance to catch them on their next round of tour dates.
Kitten was formed in Los Angeles in 2009 around vocalist and songwriter Chloe Chaidez, a precocious young talent who formed her first band at age 10 and was opening up for big names like Midlake and Conor Oberst by age 12. Kitten made their debut in 2010 with the Sunday School EP, which they quickly followed up with their second EP Cut it Out in 2011. The band's driving sound and adrenaline-filled performances earned them a reputation as a stellar live act, landing them on tour with high profile artists like Paramore, No Doubt, and Garbage. They released their self-titled debut in early 2014 to critical acclaim, backing up the album's pulsing luster with another epic series of performances. The band's rotating lineup has been in constant flux since its inception, but frontwoman Chloe Chaidez's unparalleled showmanship has remained a constant, making Kitten a favorite among ticket buyers in search of a high-octane concert experience.