In early 2014, drummer Andreas Bundgaard, bassist Lars Madsen and singer and guitarist Aage Hedensted formed Catch the Breeze and later same year they released the album Glow. The Album draws on a wide range of genres from shoegaze, post punk to art rock. The songs range from stark minimalism to adventurous compositions. Lush swells of swirling guitars are contrasted by tight drums and catchy bass. At the center stands the voice of Aage Hedensted, a deep baritone that communicates poetic and evocative lyrics that revolves around themes such as longing, night and inner-city life.
The experienced musicians share a common past in Yellowish, a prominent indie-rock/dreampop band through the latter part of the 90’s and the 00’s that has now disbanded. Yellowish was on the national hitlist, Det Elektriske Barometer for 10 weeks in a row, played at the Danish national radio festival ‘P3 – Radiohuset Rocker’, Roskilde Festival and at SPOT Festival. The band released two albums, Solid Ground (2004) and So Bright (2006), both nationally and internationally.
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