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It’s been a big few years for Sydney’s Catcall. Since DIY punk group Kiosk eased writing and performing in 2007, Catherine Kelleher has gone from bedroom demos and a self-released EP to creating one of the most anticipated albums of 2012, her debut The Warmest Place.

Catcall has already garnered huge amounts of critical acclaim. Premier online pop culture hub Gawker described first single ‘Satellites’ as “sublimely catchy”, and influential US indie music blog Gorilla vs Bear placed the track in its top 100 songs of 2011. The yearning and soulful ‘Swimming Pool’ topped Hype Machine upon release, received high praise from sites like Rose Quartz, Fader and Electrorash, and was voted the best local track of 2010 by Mess+Noise who described it as “…the most resonant pop song to unexpectedly emerge in 2010… This is a rare species of pop music that doesn’t press itself upon you. It bleeds and smears and evolves and gradually becomes alive”

In 2008, Catcall was nominated as a finalist in the Qantas Spirit of Youth Awards with local legends Cloud Control and My Disco, signing to Ivy League in 2009. In 2011 she was awarded an APRA Professional Development award in the Popular Contemporary category. Live, she has notched up support slots with La Roux, Phoenix, CSS, The Gossip, Architecture in Helsinki, and Yacht and performed knockout sets at Homebake, Parklife, Falls Festival and Big Day Out.


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