New Noise Magazine is pleased to be bringing forth the video premiere of “Catch A Feeling” by Kit & The Chardonnay Boys. The song features a pop inspired attitude that utilizes a snapping drum beat with infectious vocal melodies. The song utilizes sonically bright melodies that spring with the atmosphere, with spring just around the corner. The video highlights an insane party that perfectly sets up the atmosphere. The song is off of the band’s latest record, Boys, which came out in December of 2017.
“We had a big house party with lots of sprite and lots of vodka involved. There was this one guy hanging around that we couldn’t quite figure out, turns out he just wanted some of the birthday girls ice cream cake. It all worked out in the end, cause our drummer kept her busy anyway. Overall: great party.”
“This song is about everyone out there who are just getting too close to be casual. It’s a fine line, and sometimes you got to decide whether it’s a good idea to catch a feeling. As long as you keep yourself together and don’t lose who you really are sometimes you’ve got to take a chance on getting into the deep water.”
The Chardonnay Boys are coming at you crisp and high in tannins. Best served in stemless glasses with bagel chips and chevre on the side (though powdered guac will do), these micro-dosing, mimosa-pouring, Parliament-smoking rock-n-rollers were grooming grooves with one another back when pluto was a planet and polaroids had a purpose.
They’re big boys now, in cut-off cords and tortoise-shell shades who found part of their sound at a Florida flea market on an 8 track tape. They prefer their fish from a can, their water filtered and they know a thing or two about succulents. They’re reverb-vintage soundscapers with psychedelic pop and roots blues in their veins, but have a strong penchant for yacht rock. So raise your glass and shake your ass, to the farm-raised, suburban born, hand-rolled and best served cold, Chardonnay Boys!
Show info: Friday, Feb 9 at Arlene’s Grocery in New York City [Facebook Event]