CATCH FIRE RELEASE "HEIST" OFF DEBUT ALBUM "KARMA OWES ME A LIFETIME OF HAPPINESS" OUT NOVEMBER 16
Nottingham alternative four-piece Catch Fire unveil new single "Heist" today.
Upbeat, anthemic and honest, "Heist" follow previous singles "Malignance" and "Petrifaction".
Catch Fire recently announced that their debut album, "Karma Owes Me A Lifetime Of Happiness", is due November 16 on Rude Records. Produced by Bob Cooper (Ducking Punches, Nervus) and mixed by Seth Henderson (Knuckle Puck, Real Friends, The Devil Wears Prada), the record sees Catch Fire’s sound scale new heights.
“We started writing back in the July of 2017, just because myself and Miles (vocals) are always excited to see what we come up with in the moment. We had no intention to write an album, but months later, Rude Records proposed a full length opportunity where we could put these new songs into context. "KOMALOH" is a concept album, dealing with a personification of the notion of Karma, or more importantly, its absence. I have always struggled to believe in this idea that what goes around comes around, because for the most part all I see are bad things happening to good people. It’s a nice idea on paper, and I think that more than anything, it’s a way for people to deal with what comes next after we’re gone. But I’ll believe it when I see it” - Ash Wain, drums.
"Karma Owes Me A Lifetime Of Happiness" follows 2016’s EP "The Distance I Am From You", and 2017’s debut album "A Love That I Still Miss" (Rude Records). These records fueled a formidable touring schedule for Catch Fire, with highlights including support to Sleep On It, alongside Burn It Down festival, Pop Punk Pile-Up and MacMillan Fest.
How Heavily I Breathe
For Those Who Fear Death
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