Formed in 2005, Cats and Cats and Cats slowly carved out their own musical niche with a satisfying blend of uplifting anthemic, folk inspired math-pop .The band decided to call it a day amicably at the end of February but will release a limited edition compilation of their finest work entitled Catsalogue, released on the 28th May via Function Records. The London five piece, featured Ben (vocals, guitar), Tom (bass, backing vocals), Doug (drums), Eve (Violin) and Jamie (guitar). Over the course of their seven year career they shared stages with musical heroes 65 Days of Static, Foals and Blood Red Shoes, as well as performing twice at the legendary Glastonbury Festival. A split EP with This Town Needs Guns first placed Cats on the radar of publications such as NME and Rock Sound and gained stellar reviews from popular music website Drowned in Sound. The group has also recorded several Maida Vale sessions for BBC Radio 1's Huw Stephens and Bethan Elfyn. 2010 saw the release of début album If I Had an Atlas through Function Records (Maybeshewill, These Monsters) and was warmly received by both fans and critics alike. The band followed on their success with 2nd album Motherwhale. Self-proclaimed "Math pop story-telling in a museum of crumbling instruments,” the release topped off a successful 2011 which saw the band tour the U.S.A. The band played a fairwell UK show in London in early 2012 before heading out across Europe one last time. “The musical culmination of everything good you can say about Mew and Arcade Fire” Drowned in Sound
“Epic post-rock crescendos and a capella interludes.” NME // “They write pop songs, but they are not afraid to experiment, and in this way, they explore the best of both worlds, making them even harder to forget.” 8/10, Drowned in Sound
01 Happiness for Lola 02 A Boy Called Haunts 03 Anchoress 04 Match Of The Day 05 Sweet Drunk Everyone 06 If I'd Had An Atlas 07 You'll Never Make It Home 08 O' Science 09 Fight Fight With Fight 10 Young persons guide to becoming a rock star 11 Kites
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