March 8, 2017 |

Catch Fire – A Love That I Still Miss

Catch Fire – A Love That I Still Miss

March 8, 2017 |

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Catch Fire are releasing their sophomore EP, 'A Love That I Still Miss', on March 24th.

The album kicks off with 'Poise', an instrumental full of delicate riffs. At this point, I don't quite know what to expect from the band, but it's quite a nice introduction to the album, and I'm happy to listen.

'Curfew' follows with classic pop-punk guitars before an interesting syncopated rhythms, then vocals. The vocals are very Neck Deep, and I can't complain. The song follows in a classic pop-punk style. With it being quite difficult to come up with an extremely original sound within the pop-punk genre, the band haven't quite got a particularly original sound, but what they have got isn't bad.

The only thing is, when it gets to the chorus, there seems to have been some issues in mixing as the vocals sound slightly overpowered by the guitar. As wonderful as the guitars are, it would have been a little better to hear more of the vocals. The song redeems itself at the bridge, where the vocals can really come through and they just sound great over the guitars and lighter drums.