Dead is The Cat “An Existential Eve With My Pet Hamster”

I’ve honestly been waiting to review a great Grunge/Folk Rock band and Dead is The Cat is dead on what I’ve been looking for. The band throws a sweet description to this song on their soundcloud that reads “This goes out to anyone who’s been home alone on a Saturday night, so bored that your hamster gives you drugs, and you have no choice but to ponder the deeper meanings of life.”

I can definitely feel that to the highest degree possible. Starting off with “If I could die happy, I’d happily die” hits me the most of this song. What I like about the indie-rock sound is that the lyrics are so profound.

The band from St. Petersburg fills their song up with poetry and blunt statements that the listener can find themselves relating the most too, I can find the metaphors and deeper meaning than just a hamster dying.

Dead is The Cat brings back a vintage style of rock with their own twist, I’d love to hear more of them when we get into 2018. I have high hopes, take a listen and give these guys the follow!

Kumail Raza
Kumail Raza

Location: Orlando | Writer for Mieux Magazine

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