Catholic Guilt (Postponed)
Catholic Guilt 'Live in 3 Part Harmony' Victoria 2021 (POSTPONED)
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May 21st 2021
Destroy All Lines and Big Sound Percussion presents:
Catholic Guilt, "Live in Three Part Harmony"
Melbourne’s Catholic Guilt write raw, emotional and disarmingly honest music for the internally conflicted masses, blending elements of punk, folk and alt-rock to create a sound they describe as ‘honest music’.
The band are hitting the road with mates Drastic Park, subcult and Bukowski playing four huge shows to celebrate their single "Life in Three Part Harmony" as well as enjoying the return of live music in Victoria.
Life in Three part Harmony is a love song about the awesome connective power of live music. It's a song for anyone who understands the moment when an artist hits the high note and penetrates your soul, you lock eyes with another human experiencing that special rush and realise you’ve found your happy place.
'Life in Three Part Harmony' appears on 'This Is What Honesty Sounds Like' out now on all digital outlets. catholicguiltmusic.com/listen
“This Is What Honesty Sounds Like” was released via Cali based Wiretap Records to rave reviews with the likes of Alternative Press, New Noise and triple j getting firmly behind the EP. Triple J gave all five tracks repeat spins. “Life in Three Part Harmony” was given a radio premiere by triple j, a video premiere via BrooklynVegan and was added to Spotify Official playlist ‘New Punk Tracks’.
Joining the tour as main support for all shows, Drastic Park, who conquered COVID with their online presence, have translated that success to their on-stage performance. Blending a nostalgic Pop Punk sound with heavy undertones and hints of comedy - they take “not taking yourself seriously” very seriously. Hecklers welcome
Also playing all shows, is Frankston locals subcult. This trio is not afraid to tell you what's on their mind. Their energetic presence on stage combined with melodic overtones and relatable lyrics will be sure to get stuck in your head.
Jumping in for two shows are Melbourne's self-described 'complaint rock' band, Bukowski. The ragtag group always give everything they have to offer to their art. What you see is what you get, no sugar coating it.
Rounding out our gang of misfits, Analogue Hope are bringing their unique flavour of pop-punk to the Frankston date of the tour, with their hard-rock riffs and throwback sound influenced by early 2000's punk/rock bands.
Life In Three Part Harmony' an animated short film by Jed Newton is out now!