Kittie Reunites For a Career Spanning Show, New Documentary Screened

Canadian metal band Kittie recently played their first show in four years in London Music Hall in London, ON to screen their long in the making documentary Kittie: Origins/Evolutions. Members from across every incarnation of the band joined to perform songs from their entire repertoire.

In addition to co-founders Morgan and Mercedes Lander, other past members to take the stage that night included:

Ivy Vujic (ex-bass)

Jennifer Arroyo (ex-bass)

Jeff Phillips (ex-guitar/bass)

Fallon Bowman (ex-guitars/vocals)

Tanya Candler (ex-bass)

Set list and lineups:

[Morgan Lander, Mercedes Lander, Tara McLeod and Ivy Vujic]

Kingdom Come @Tape

My Plague

Cut Throat

Empires, Pt. 2

Forgive & Forget

We Are the Lamb

[Morgan Lander, Mercedes Lander, Jennifer Arroyo and Jeff Phillips]


Pussy Sugar [First time live since 2011]

Mouthful of Poison [First time live since 2012]

Burning Bridges

Pain[First time live since 2007]

[Morgan Lander, Mercedes Lander, Fallon Bowman and Tanya Candler]


Charlotte [First time live since 2008]

Choke [Fallon on vocals. First time live since 2001]

Paperdoll [Remix version. Tanya on vocals and Morgan on bass, First time live since 2002]

Brackish [First time live since 2008]

Funeral for Yesterday [Acoustic dedicated to Trish Doan. First time live since 2011]

The the final song, ‘Funeral For Yesterday’ was played unplugged and dedicated former Kittie bassist Trish Doan, who died earlier in 2017. Kittie: Origins/Evolutions 40k+ USD to produce the film and is is getting wider distribution via Universal Music Group soon. More info can be found at