There’s an exaggerated cool irreverence that is like a musical sibling of a Portlandia skit: silly but capturing something real.
He breaks apart the plastic façade of suburban life to pick up the pieces of hope and sadness that exist in all of us, turn them in his fingers and capture them in verse.
Sounds a lot like Fugazi during their Repeater days. It’s chaotic with speed ups and slow downs but a solid hook that keeps it all together.
If you dig a bit of the country and a dash of blues born in the heady breezes of powerful lyricism and heavy pathos, then listen to Cat Clyde.
Catchy indie pop evolving right before your ears. 2 new singles signal good things for Ravens & Chimes new album.