The Youthful Acoustic Pop Of Cat Lines
A new single released from Cat Lines is a youthful and personal acoustic indie-pop song that borders on neo-folk and is lush with beautiful vocals and musical swells as the chorus swings in and grabs you.
"11 Days" feels orchestral and cinematic as string sections sway you and the track builds up into a bigger hook each time around. Harmonies get bigger, music gets fuller, and it all feels like waking up with the sun hitting your face.
The song is warm and colorful, honest and passionately performed with the ability to cause memories to start replaying in your head.
"11 Days" is swimming in vocals that push the envelope and work well to intensify the song as it plays on.
This single has a sort of power behind it that makes it feel emotional but in a good way. Like closure and acceptance.
It's incredibly well woven together and one of the best parts of it is that you can hear the heart that went into it.
Cat Lines loves what she does. That makes for amazing music or art in any form really.
The artist has taken her natural musical talent and put it into her song.
As a violinist she has to be in love with the instrument to keep it up as it is a difficult one to master.
It's excellent to hear her playing strings on her own original track and that aspect brings that almost theatrical undertone to the song.
The track follows her last release which was a Christmas record so "11 Days" is quite a big step for the artist and is surely in the right direction.
Cat Lines is certainly one to look out for this year as we feel like she will be dropping more vibrant and passionate songs on us.