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Catie King / Press

“Catch and Release” showcases King’s low, visceral voice and speaks of being helplessly enthralled with someone who lets you down. It makes King seem vulnerable, but likeable and relatable as a result. “Fall” is the most engaging track. “Fear woke me up today / It’s making me its prey / And every breath it asks me to obey,” King sings. The somber lyrics offer a different view of King, making her more emotionally versatile than the first track would have you imagine. The words are effectively disheartening, but in a way that makes you sing along.”

“With a heavy focus on pop rock, Catie sounds similar to Colbie Caillat with her own rock band as backup. If you like The Fray, John Mayer or Missy Higgins, then you won’t be disappointed by Catie’s music!”

“Video of Catie King winning UNC's Got Talent”