Cat Clyde – “The Meadow”

Following the release of Cat Clyde’s single “Mama Said,” the Ontario native has shared the gritty and blues-tinged track “The Meadow.” There is a mischievous and empowered center to Clyde’s new single. The stomping naked drums of “The Meadow” conjure the feeling of a maddening dance circle, something of the likes of Where The Wild Things Are. Accordingly, Clyde’s images are visceral and untamed. Her vocals are pronounced and clear. “You were born in a river that was made to take you under/ the rocks made jagged just to cut you up/ And I can see all the blood you swallow while you’re singing into bottles,” she sings. Listen below.

Tour dates:

04/01 Calgary, AB @ Stampede City Sessions*
04/03 Vancouver, BC @ The Cobalt*
04/04 Seattle, WA @ Sunset Tavern*
04/05 Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios*
04/06 Eugene, OR @ Sam Bond’s Garage*
04/08 San Francisco, CA @ Hotel Utah*
04/11 Los Angeles, CA @ Bootleg Bar*
04/12 San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar*
04/13 Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar*
04/14 Roswell, New Mexico @ Pecos Flavors Winery & Bistro*
04/18-22 Toronto, ON @ Canadian Music Week
04/29 Norman, OK @ Norman Music Festival

* = w/ SUSTO

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