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Catcall

When:

Thu 13 Dec 2012, 7:30pm

Where: The Toff In Town, 252 Swanston Street, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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Recently returned from her European sojourn, Catcall - Sydney’s most organic pop star is back and ready to hit the stage once more before the years end to celebrate the release of the vinyl release of her debut album The Warmest Place.

Producing the singles ‘Swimming Pool’, ‘Satellites’ and ‘The World Is Ours’, The Warmest Place was loved by critics and pop fans the world over, with Satellites even spending a number of weeks at the top spot of Brazil’s Antenna Music Chart.

The record that was described by Time Out as “the best Australian pop record you're going to hear this year” has received a very limited pressing and will be first made available to fans who attend the live shows, and then through her online store. First in best dressed, so don’t miss your chance to grab one at the show before they become a collector’s item.

“The standout Pop album of 2012/2013” – Polaroids of Androids

“A smart, fun pop record with emotional depth and resonance” – Mess And Noise

“This is sledgehammer pop for the complexities we play down. It's heartbreaking, affirming, and at times irritatingly likeable. It's a record to retreat to, against which you can warm your hands and feel consoled, but also alive.” – The Vine

“This is a truly assured debut and will no doubt be much-celebrated locally and abroad.” – Indie Shuffle