Scottish singer-songwriter, Katie“K.T.” Tunstall launched into the international spotlight with a memorable TV performance of “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree” on Later….with Jools holland. The song debuted on Billboard’s Hot 100 charts, ultimately reaching the Top 20. It was awarded Best Track by Q Magazine in 2005 and received a Grammy nomination for Tunstall’s Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and a BRIT Award nomination for Best Breakthrough Act (2005). Singles, “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree” and “Suddenly I See”, written solely by Tunstall, displaying her signature loop pedal style, were featured on her debut album, 2004’s Eye to the Telescope. Released in August 2005, the album’s third single, “Suddenly I See”, became KT’s highest-charting single in the U.K. “Eye to the Telescope” went on to be certified multiplatinum. Tunstall has released six albums internationally: Eye to theTelescope (2004), Drastic Fantastic (2007), TigerSuit (2010), InvisibleEmpire//CrescentMoon (2013), KIN (2016) and WAX (2018) and is a Grammy Award Nominee (2005), BritAward (2006), Ivor Novello Award winner (2006).