Nottingham, UK Alternative four-piece Catch Fire have unleashed their upbeat, anthemic, and honest new track, “Heist.” The track follows the release of “Malignance” and “Petrification”, all of which are taken off their debut album Karma Owes Me A Lifetime of Happiness, out November 16th via Rude Records.
The record, KOMALOH was produced by Bob Cooper and mixed by Seth Henderson and offers a refreshing sound to the band. The album was conceptualized when the band was trying to define and deal with a personification of the notion of Karma, or more importantly its absence. Drummer Ash Wain expanded by stating,
“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 peoples. 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.”
Official visual stream for ‘Heist’ by Catch Fire off their debut album, ‘Karma Owes Me A Lifetime Of Happiness’. ► Stream, download, grab ‘KOMALOH’: http://catchfire.lnk.to/KOMALOH ► Follow Catch Fire on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/CatchFireSpotify Lyrics: This only seems to get worse, It’s just a matter of when it gets to bad that I Compare your cloudless sky to mine.