Kacy Hill is a singer-songwriter based in LA. After going  viral in 2014 with her atmospheric self-released single ‘Experience’—only the second song she’d ever recorded—she found herself on the road with Kanye West and Vanessa Beecroft for the YEEZUS tour, and signed to West’s G.O.O.D. Music label. An EP, ‘Bloo’ came shortly thereafter, showcasing the sublime range of her voice on the minimalist, ethereal electronic pop track ‘Foreign Fields’, and the dreamily anthemic ‘Arm’s Length’. In 2017, Hill released her first album, ‘Like A Woman’.

She has collaborated with Travis Scott (on 90210), Kid Cudi, Bon Iver and Helado Negro, toured with Coldplay, Conan Grey and Suki Waterhouse, and counts Lana Del Rey and Lorde among her fans.

The Phoenix-born, Los Angeles-based artist ended her deal with G.O.O.D. Music in 2019 and has since been releasing music independently. Out of the major label system, Hill found her true voice through the process of making her second album, ‘Is It Selfish If We Talk About Me Again’, released in the summer of 2020, which was then followed by her third album ‘Simple, Sweet, and Smiling’ released on October 15, 2021. In 2023, Hill signed with Nettwerk, and in 2024 she announced a new album; BUG, due May 3rd – highlighted by Pitchfork Selects, COLORS, Perfectly Imperfect, and Nylon as one of 2024 Most Anticipated Albums.

Filled with confessional ruminations, nectarous vocals, and instrumentals wafting through desert air, BUG is a work of sterling grandeur that presents Hill weaving a tapestry of earthy folk, dream-pop, and spacious Americana — orbiting between the themes of angst and the clarity of confidence patiently waiting on the other side of it. The album features additional production from Bartees Strange, Sega Bodega and Jim-E Stack, as well as features from Nourished By Time and Donna Missal.


“There is real momentum to her work, a feeling that you’re self-discovering alongside her.” – Pitchfork