NEW! CATNYP No Hope
by Walter Price
Proving once again that Montana alt-rock architect Henderson K Shatner’s CATNYP can’t be pigeonholed, the outfit drops the Led Zepplin-inspired, “No Hope”. Coming in at a brisk 2:22, this post-punk rocker is a powderkeg driven by sucker-punch-beats by Emily Dolan Davies and interwoven with Shatner’s Plant-esque primal wails. Not to mention the signature pointed commentary wrapped up in this jabbing modern classic rock track. All and all, pure CATNYP throughout.
“No Hope” is taken from the much-anticipated forthcoming LP “CATNYP III”, whích is expected on April 22nd. You can stream the single here at the GTC and see the surreal animated music video, here.
CATNYP No Hope
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Henderson K Shatner
Emily Dolan Davies
“Catnyp is powered by HKS: multi-instrumentalist-writer-producer. As such, Catnyp retains a tight focus and sound; Catnyp is whoever HKS is working with at any given moment (or, often the case, solo)…You’ll see some references to The Beatles, Paul McCartney and Wings, Radiohead, Weezer, Pixies, Nirvana, XTC, Elvis Costello, The Three Nicks (Nick Cave, Nick Drake, Nick Lowe), Claypool Lennon Delirium, Beck, Squeeze, Rickenbacker, Hofner, basses, 12-string guitars, singer-songwriter stuff, photography, poetry, and other ingredients inspiring Eccentric modern classic that makes Catnyp.” – bio