Katie Armiger's new single 'Safe' is more than a song -- it's a movement. The singer is using the ballad from 'Fall Into Me' as the centerpiece of a campaign to honor first responders across the country.
Katie Armiger's new album contains songs about heartbreak, revenge and falling for Mr. Wrong. The singer wrote the album from personal experiences -- boyfriends who'd treated her wrong over the past couple of years. That's "boyfriends" plural, not one single creep.
Those flames, they're real. No, not just the metaphorical flames shooting from the head of Katie Armiger's scorned vixen in her new 'Playin' With Fire' video. It was up to her to do the welding and flame-throwing during the clip's dramatic final scene. It wouldn't be accurate to call the singer an expert necessarily. OK, she had no idea what she was doing.
In her latest single, 'Playing With Fire,' Katie Armiger is most definitely showing off her feisty side. And as incendiary as her lyrics are, Armiger only gets tougher in the music video for the tune, thanks to a whole lot of orange flames.
Katie Armiger continues to show off her feisty side on her new single 'Playin With Fire,' a bluesy, rebellious cut from the 'Fall Into Me' album. Her message should hit the sweet spot for teens or young 20-somethings full of angst and with little patience for the sage advice of an elder.