The Egg, one of the most innovative artist's in the UK's EDM scene, have released the video for "Catch", in anticipation of the US release for 'Something To Do', their first album since 2006.
The video provides a fitting visual for the brilliant slice of electro disco, tight production and ominous 'feel good' chorus that "Catch" is composed of.
In addition to the original composition of the track, there are also several remixes available for streaming and download, including versions by Psychemagik, The C90s, Tom Laroye & Hurukan. Whether remixed or in its original version, "Catch" is a club ready anthem that perfectly introduces us to what is sure to be one of the biggest EDM releases in the US this fall.
The Egg - Catch video:
'Something To Do' is already experiencing tremendous success in the UK where the band has achieved notoriety for their big hooks and use of live instrumentation during performances.
Their last album 'Forwards' was well received all over the world, and such dance world heavyweights as Tocadisco, Mylo and David Guetta have all remixed their work.
By teaming up with Robin Twelftree (Tosca, Reverso, 68), Benji Vaughan (producer of Forwards) and Bruno Ellingham (producer of New Order, Goldfrapp, Mertz), The Egg has created a dance album that defies boundaries while maintaining some of the most dancefloor ready hooks of the band's career.
The Egg are dance technicians - they play live rock-tronic, funk and house inspired big textural dance music. They are renowned for their live performances, which incorporate electronic and live instruments, samples and live and vocoder vocals to create an otherworldly party each time they play live. Their music is influenced by everything around them and inspired by such diverse acts as Pink Floyd, Hot Chip, DFA Records and Delphic. Stay tuned as we get closer to the release of 'Something To Do' October 16, 2012.
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The Egg Official Website