Caitlin Cook is a Los Angeles-born, Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. As the granddaughter of Raymond Lubow (founder of Morley and inventor of the wah-wah pedal), Caitlin was exposed to music from a young age. Writing her first songs at age four (mostly about cats), Caitlin has since matured (sort of) and moved on to more sophisticated concepts like love, loss, existential nihilism, and the beauty of bathroom stall graffiti art. In the past year, she has recorded her Bridges to Burn EP (set to be released in early 2019) and has toured extensively across North America, Europe, and Oceania.
With a clear voice that is at times haunting and ethereal and at other times conversational and exposed, she has captivated audiences all over the world at festivals, theaters, comedy clubs, concert halls, dimly lit bar basements, strangers' living rooms, and even a houseboat once. And with witty, provocative lyrics that expose the absurdity of the human existence (e.g. “hands are just naked sock puppets”), she is sure to delight (and occasionally offend).