Catch Fire, the quartet from Nottingham formed in 2015. They have since released 2 successful EP’s via Rude Records and toured extensively around the UK. Their debut release ‘The Distance I Am From You’ received an impressive KKKK review by Kerrang! Magazine, and their 2017 follow-up release, ‘A Love That I Still Miss’ gained them BBC Radio 1 airplay with Daniel P. Carter, press coverage with Rock Sound, and over half a million streams across major platforms. 2018 will see the band release their debut full-length album ‘Karma Owes Me a Lifetime of Happiness’ through the same label. Described as one of the AltPress top 10 U.K Pop-Punk bands, the band have played shows with the likes of Boston Manor, Trash Boat, Milestones, The Gospel Youth, Loathe, Holding Absence, Wallflower and more. The band takes influence from artists such as The Wonder Years, Citizen, Balance & Composure, and Counterparts and mixing it with their own thought-out approach to song writing. The band’s debut album, ‘Karma Owes Me a Lifetime of Happiness’ is set for worldwide release on November 16th, and should propel the band even further into success and onto even bigger stages.