Sunday, 4 October 2020

24 Hour Blogathon: Introducing - Cat & Camell

This post is part of a 24 hour blogathon (conducted after a 10 mile run) in support of Solent Mind, a mental health support charity. I would be really grateful if you would help by sponsoring me and help raise some funds for the charity. 

You can find my sponsorship page by clicking this link.

In this post I’m introducing a new pop duo from Sydney who probably won’t be getting much play on the radio for their debut single. Not because it’s not good (it is) but because of its title; dumbshit. If it wasn’t for that this could easily be all over the airwaves, particularly because of its anthem-like gang chorus.

The song celebrates the invincible feelings you have when you’re young; not treating anything seriously and just taking things on the chin when they go wrong and come back to bite you. "We'll burn all our bridges, still young and reckless." The visuals for the song also take on board the fun and stupidity of teenage years matching the lyrics perfectly. 

Both in their early 20s, Cat spent her childhood in China and moved to Sydney as a young teenager. Calmell was born and raised there. If they have more songs in the bag as good as dumbshit then their stars could easily rise.

Cat & Camell - dumbshit

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