Cat Clyde’s “All The Black” is a the most powerful, laid back single that I’ve heard in a while, and it feels like it was made to unravel your brain, especially once you see the video.
The track is equal parts roots, folk, and perhaps just a bit of pop, and you can feel the influence of Clyde’s favourite legends, including Janis Joplin, Lead Belly, and Etta James.
Following her 2017 debut album, Ivory Castanets, Clyde toured across North America with Paul Kelly and ZZ Ward, toured Europe with Shakey Graves, and headlined a tour of Canada. She’s earned hundreds of thousands of streams, made it on major playlists, and she has a huge year ahead of her still.
Clyde is on tour now in Europe until August 12, followed by dates in Canada and the U.S. in October and November.
Watch “All The Black” below, and listen to her new album Hunters Trance on Spotify. Plus follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Plus, watch Clyde’s incredible new video “So Cold” on YouTube.