Latitude: KT Tunstall review
PERHAPS one of the best-known names performing at Latitude 2011, Edinburgh singer/songwriter KT Tunstall took to the Obelisk Arena yesterday to a rapturous round of applause.
A restless crowd called on her to sing her transatlantic hit Black Horse and the Cherry Tree and when she eventually obliged it was every bit worth waiting for.
But although a highlight, it wasn’t the only standout track.
Suddenly I See and Saving My Face also hit home and, clad in all white, she proved a popular late afternoon choice for many.
Surprisingly, Tunstall was performing at Latitude for the first time but felt a natural fit for the folk/rock feel of the main stage.
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With a well-received set packed with tracks from her three studio albums, including latest release Tiger Suit, she will surely return in years to come - maybe as a headliner next time.
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