Super Blog Sunday continues apace, with another brilliant band to share with you. Again, this is one from the deep, dark recesses of my email account (email@example.com if you're interested) and it's taken me a week or two to get round to writing about them, but I hope you'll agree it was worth the wait.
For this next post, I'd like to introduce you to Catalysts, a rather excellent band from Sheffield, South Yorkshire (if you're a John Shuttleworth fan, you always have to let everyone know where Sheffield is).
As always, the necessaries:
You can listen to them on their soundcloud page here:
You can follow them on t'twitter, like
And last but by no means least, you can make a purchase of their music by following this link:
The song I'm going to talk to you about, "See In The Dark", was released on 16th May and, to be honest, it's a wee gem. It really is. It's one of those brilliant songs that slightly wrong foots you - initially very fast paced and then turning quickly into a staccato-stop-start affair, before revving up the pace again. It's got excellent riffage and a vocal that caught me quite by surprise - a quite delicate and moving contrast to the music.
You can watch the video to the song here:
I'm hoping to hear a lot more from these guys over the coming months - "See In The Dark" is an excellent introduction to a very talented band. Really worth having in your collections.