It wasn’t too long ago we released our new EP When Leaves Fall, and had our release party at the beautiful 2640 Space in Charles Village, Baltimore. We had an amazing time sharing the stage with locals Silent Whys and our new friends from New Jersey Communipaw, and enough can’t be said about the spectacular performances by Dan Cohan of The Water, and Ruby Fulton & Andrew Histand from We Used To Be Family that really made the night special. You should really check out all of these incredibly talented artists and acts.
For those of you who couldn’t make it to the release party, you can pick up a copy of the new EP at our newly created Bandcamp site, where you can sample the music, download high quality audio files, or request a hard copy. Also be sure to check out some of the amazing photos from the release show that our friend Al Heishman took. He really did a great job of capturing the beautiful surroundings of the old church.
A Cat Called Cricket evokes that wonderful sense of small-timore, of a community of people happy to experience art and music together day after day, show after show. The band’s set ended as it began: a pocket of harmony, if not groove, an emotive crescendo with stringed instruments and a whispered landing.
Read the full review HERE.
Thanks to everyone that came out, played and helped put the show together, and thanks to everyone who listens and supports what we do. There’s no point in playing if you’re not listening!