Catbells Takes You Into Her World
The latest release from Catbells gives a warm and honest acoustic pop feel with some classic 90's alternative undertones, gorgeous vocals that hit that sweet spot, and a refreshingly youthful vibe.
The Wilderness EP is loaded with indie style hooks, both musically and vocally, and a slight edge that peeks through at all times.
The songs are lush and textured with a personal feel and really sound genuine from start to finish.
The release boasts some outstanding layers and swirling sounds like guitars electric guitar lines that float in the records ether and gives songs their own atmosphere.
The record touches on artists like Cat Power, Mazzy Star, Lisa Loeb, and so many more that bring so much color to the songs.
Catbells certainly has her own swagger that she brings and makes her unique and brings a little ambience to the songs in a way.
Songs are packed with a wonderful array of melodies that stick with you and keep to a slight somber undertone that really lets them engulf you.
Getting washed away with the Wilderness EP is easy and feels great as you swim away with backing synths and distant guitars and singing.
It all sounds cinematic and powerful in its own style and you soon start to feel like the songs are attached to you. Or that you are attached to them maybe.
Like they know you.
It's all quite a tasteful feeling and the record has that indie sound but is performed with heart and a real love for her craft.
These songs feel like walking through the woods on a summer day during sunset as the streaks of light stream through the holes in the trees and you can see your friends just up ahead.
There is a terrific one on one tonality and this whole record is hard not to fall in love with straight away.