Kat Mills, a singer/songwriter from Surrey, UK, has released a Christmas EP called 'Hope From Heaven', which includes the title track "Hope From Heaven" co-written with Ruth Eggleston, "A Christmas Prayer", "The Meaning Of Christmas", and "I Believe" co-written with Rob Westall.
"I recorded four songs at the end of August / beginning of September specifically for this Christmas when, more than ever, we need to know of the Hope From Heaven", explains Kat who also released an album called 'Church Arise!' earlier this year.
Classically trained and always passionate about singing, Kat’s repertoire includes musical theatre, pop and jazz. She trained as a Primary School teacher specialising in Music. She loves finding new ways of using music to connect with and encourage people. This includes leading musical worship, singing in Church Toddler Groups, and conducting a local community choir.
Kat performs at gigs with her husband, Ali, singing a range of well known music, her own songs and sharing her testimony and faith. Kat released her debut album ‘Out of the Ashes’ in May 2015. This comprises eight tracks combining congregational worship and songs that encourage people in their walk with God.
Her second album ‘Voice of truth’ was released in June 2016. This is a contemporary Christian album with eleven songs looking at speaking truth into our lives. 2019 saw the release of her auto-biographical album ‘Work in Progress’. It is a mainstream album sharing a vulnerable journey through being misunderstood, lost in translation and coming to terms with and embracing being autistic. The song ‘Not Made Wrong’ has regular airplay on UCB Radio.