On the heels of a packed show in San Francisco, Cathedrals share their new single, “With You.” Of the track, Cathedrals say, “‘With You‘ is a song very special to us, especially during these times of turmoil, about finding sanctuary in the person you love. That sense of comfort and peace you find when somebody ‘feels like home’ to you.” It is a different mood than the last two singles, with a dreamier, almost melancholy bent – a bit of a harken back to their first EP.
Earlier this Spring, Cathedrals released “Don’t Act Like A Stranger” – Billboard dubbed it “triumphant” and Earmilk called it “awe-inspiring.” Consequence of Sound described the follow-up single, “Try To Fight,“ as a “thumping, glittering dance-pop track bursting with rich synthesizers and Jenkins’ powerfully sweet vocals.”
Cathedrals is a duo with producer Johnny Hwin and vocalist Brodie Jenkins. Their music has been described as “synthetic R&B with 1980s rock swagger” (New York Times) and “pop of biblical proportions.” (Neon Gold).
SF Sonic was on hand for the San Francisco show, check out photos of Cathedral by Raymond Ahner:
Listen to “With You” by Cathedrals:
For more information about Cathedrals, check out their website.
Raymond Ahner is a professional freelance photographer residing in San Francisco, California. Growing up in the Bay Area, Raymond was lucky enough to witness both the Punk and Thrash Metal scene of the 1980's explode literally right in front of his eyes. It was a pretty special time in his life and is what instilled his love for live music. Over the years Raymond has been fortunate enough to combine his passion for live music with his love of photography. And although he will always love shooting the big arena Rock show, it is in a tiny, packed to the rafters club were he his most at home with his gear.
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