David Kitt interview: ‘I was trying to connect with a time that was simpler’
In early 2020, the acclaimed singer-songwriter was set to move to Australia – but then the pandemic struck. Now he has responded by revisiting his creative past, reworking 20 songs from his back catalogue
About 15 months ago, David Kitt had made plans to move to Australia. He had sold his car, put his stuff into storage and bid a temporary farewell to his partner, Margie Jean Lewis, who returned home to Adelaide ahead of his expected arrival. Kitt, for his part, was due to move to Paris for an artist residency for a number of months, and then on to Australia.
But about two weeks after Lewis moved to...
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