SUMMER 2021 .. LET'S BE HAVING YOU!31 Jul 2021
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CATS in SPACE have caused quite a stir since landing in 2015. With their unique sounds they will transport you back to the heady days of 70s Classic Rock. Think loud guitars and huge drums, walls of soaring multi-layered vocal harmonies, grandiose pianos and unforgettable singable choruses. It’s purr-fect!
Touring with legendary rock giants Deep Purple, Status Quo & Thunder playing UK arenas, as well as Hyde Park with Phil Collins and Blondie, the Cats have accumulated an ever growing army of faithful fans, gaining exceptional live reviews along the way. From humble beginnings to Hammersmith Odeon, The London Palladium and the London O2 Arena shows the extent of this orbital journey for these Cats so far…
With four critically acclaimed albums now under the belts plus a hugely successful Christmas single, all of which have received incredible reviews worldwide, the band have cemented themselves as front runners in the UK rock scene.
In 2020 the band battened down the starship hatches to record their latest album ‘ATLANTIS’ with the star of Jeff Wayne’s ‘War of the Worlds’ stage show Damien Edwards as their new lead vocalist, bringing another dimension to the Cat sound! Upon its release in November ’20, it headed straight to ‘No.1 in the official UK Breakers independent chart’, topped many end of year album polls, and has sold faster and bigger than all its predecessors. Some went as far as claiming ‘Atlantis’ to be the best album of the last 20 years. Such was the buzz about the album, leading magazines ‘Classic Rock’, ‘Rock Candy’, ‘Fireworks’ & ‘Powerplay’ magazines all gave the band major feature status.
Adding to the huge support from radio stations everywhere, in support of the two smash singles ‘I Fell Out Of Love With Rock ‘n’ Roll’ & ‘Listen To The Radio’, they have been featured on RADIO 2 and are gaining massive exposure that grows by the day.
“So strap yourselves in for a ride of a lifetime and rock with the mighty CATS IN SPACE!”