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Catlow at the Railway Club Friday

Catlow Vancouver band press photo

Catlow.

Preview–Catlow opens for D. Trevlon

Natasha Thirsk‘s band Catlow opens for the D Trevlon Band this Friday night at the Railway Club.

It’s the CD release party for Trevlon, a Vancouver-based singer-songwriter.

Earlier this year, Catlow released Pinkly Things. A follow-up to Catlow’s 2006 full-length debut, Kiss the World, the eight-song EP showcases Thirsk’s talent for melody and pop hooks, set to lush and at times brittle indie-rock. It’s strong stuff.

Thirsk will also be playing some new songs.

Catlow also has a new fan-based video that was just released for the song “Remorse Code”.

Video–Catlow, “Remorse Code”:

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