After dropping the summery pop-rock track “The Way I Feel” earlier this month, Katastro returns with the song’s bright music video, directed by Brian Dunham in the band’s hometown of Phoenix, Arizona. Each member of the group – vocalist Andy Chaves, drummer Andrew Stravers, guitarist Tanner Riccio, and bassist Ryan Weddle – gets their own room to jam out in, giving the video a quarantine-esque flair that anyone can relate to.
“[Our] ‘The Way I Feel’ video was shot in one house that was staged by the owner with various retro themes,” the band explains. “We wanted to make this one more fun while playing with the album’s theme of situations constantly looping and getting pulled into the same crazy relationships. We also wanted to keep it all in one house to mimic the line ‘it’s the same shit every day’ and add a little quarantine vibe, since the whole album was recorded while back home adopting to Covid life after all our tours had been cancelled.”
“The Way I Feel” is the lead single off Katastro’s upcoming sixth album, Sucker, slated for a July 16th release. They’ve already released earlier singles “Way Too High” and “100 Rips” to usher fans into their new era, and listeners will still have 10 brand new songs to discover when the record comes out.
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