Check Out “Nothing Good About Goodbye” + “Night And Day” by Power-pop Rock Band The Catching

Last week, the power-pop rock band The Catching premiered two new singles, their first “Night And Day” debuted on  Just Jared Jr., while their second“Nothing Good About Goodbye” premeired on idobi Radio. You can listen to the tracks below: 

“Nothing Good About Goodbye”:

“Night And Day”

The Catching hail from the Jersey shore-Asbury Park, NJ to be exact- and consist of teen musicians singer/songwriter Holden Glazer (vocals, bass), Jake Farbman (guitar), Evan Hemwall (guitar) and Drew Stevens (drums). The group first met as 10 year olds while performing together in local New Jersey music programs and formed the band in 2014.

The band draws inspiration from bands like Fall Out Boy, Kings Of Leon, Coldplay, Green Day, and U2, while their own carefully crafted style is highlighted by a sonic palette of polished guitar hooks, Holden’s rock-based vocal rasp, a driving low end coupled by a booming backbeat.

The Catching recently completed the recording of their first album, “Teenage Fiction,” at Nashville’s famed Blackbird Studios for Ethos Records. The album was produced by GRAMMY-winning record producer Skidd Mills (Saving Abel, 12 Stones), and captures and layers a combination of the band members’ influences. Mills says, “It’s refreshing to see a band work as hard as these guys do at their craft. Well beyond their teenage years, the music is fresh yet familiar, the lyrics meaningful. I see great things coming for these guys.”

Look for The Catching’s debut album “TEENAGE FICTION” to be available this spring/summer, closely followed by their first national tour. In the meantime, you can visit the band’s website and check out their social media pages:

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