“They sound ace” - Dan P Carter (BBC R1 Rock Show)
“Beautiful... lush harmonies wrapping themselves around some devastating lyrics” - CLASH
Brighton four-piece Wild Cat Strike unveil their upcoming debut album “Rhubarb Nostalgia”, following early support from the likes of BBC Radio 1 Rock Show, Dork Mag, Clash and more. The album was introduced via the unshakably catchy, country-infused lead single “I Feel Good”, along with an attention-grabbing and raucous video. As their sound has developed over recent years, a new breed of Wild Cat Strike songs has emerged. While keeping elements of their intense, post-rock roots – with swells of distorted guitar, dynamic switches and raw and flowing melodies – they have homed in on an energetic and fresh songwriting style. The lyrics of frontman Danny Byrom bring candid ruminations on life, death and memory; his nuanced, charismatic vocal delivery, and guitar playing, are joined by the formidable combination of Max Boughen (guitar), Chris
Whitehorn (bass) and Joe Caple (drums). On several tracks, they also enlisted former band-member Guy Jones to lend his talents, improvising on slide guitar, honky-tonk piano and organ; while label-mate Natalie
Evans adds sweet backing vocals on a couple of songs. To complete the sound, several fellow Brighton musicians (members of Delta Sleep, InTechnicolour and Tall Ships – collectively named by Byrom as the
“God Damn Gospel Choir”) piled into the vocal booth to lay down some jovial and raucous gang vocals.