Wild Cat Strike (‘waɪld ‘kæt ‘straɪk) n.
1 The feeling of folk-like intention with aggressive execution
2 The experience of immersion in sound
3 The manic shift between harmonious beauty and cacophony
Brighton four-piece Wild Cat Strike channel their gleeful sense of cacophony and flair for sonic abrasion into an engrossing album of off-kilter indie pop songs that hook hard on the heartstrings as they crisscross in and out of chaos.
Fusing a virtuosic talent on guitar, harp and piano with a distinctive playing style and finely tuned songwriting sensibilities, Kent-born Londoner Natalie Evans’s music glows with a rare self-contained grace, as she wraps her minimalist and deceptively simple lyrical lines in winning hooks and harmonies.
The Yacht Club
A four piece band from London, UK. They sing songs about mental health, coping, and try to help others find a light in the dark.
The debut EP “A” takes notes from the delicate yet technical sounds of American Football, Pennines and TTNG. In 2015 after a tumultuous couple of years of turning down show offers and tours, The Yacht Club woke up from dormancy and began life as a band anew, releasing the math rock inspired self-titled EP in 2015, and the polar opposite ‘back to roots of song writing’ EP ‘Fall’ in 2016. January 2019 saw the release of their long awaited debut album, “The Last Words That You Said To Me Have Kept Me Here And Safe”.