NEW ALBUM!

I’m thrilled to announce that
Ryan Keberle & Catharsis
will release our fourth studio
album on Greenleaf Music
out June 16, 2017

The album is our response to growing political and social turmoil, and an urgent call for change

 

After 6 years of regular touring and performing, Catharsis, continues to evolve our collective sound while speaking out about our troubled times on Find the Common, Shine a Light. With six years of recording and extensive touring under their belt, the band stays true to our “potent blend of cinematic sweep and lush, ear-grabbing melodies” (Los Angeles Times) while opting for a more layered and multifaceted approach in the studio.

 

CD Release performances by Ryan Keberle & Catharsis:

June 27 – Upstairs Jazz Club, Montreal
June 28 – Rochester International Jazz Festival
June 29 – Toronto Jazz Festival
June 30 – Ottawa Jazz Festival
July 3 – The Grange Hall House Concert
July 5 – Jazz Standard (NYC)
August 12 – Music Mountain Festival (Falls Village, CT)
August 13 – The Falcon (Marlboro, NY)
September 15 – Sonic Circuits Festival, Rhizome DC, (Washington, D.C.)
September 16 – The Freeman Stage at Bayside (Selbyville, DE) October 19-30 – Japan CD Release Tour

For more information about Ryan Keberle & Catharsis, contact Matt Merewitz at 215-629-6155 or matt@nullfullyaltered.com

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LISTEN TO THE FIRST SINGLE:

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Lyrics:
Become The Water

If I told you here
and now is all we have,
would you still hear
me? What if we are blind,
all of us, imagining
there was a time
when great was real.

Our weakest link is fear
of losing greatness.
Get on stage
before the curtain falls,
before the blind messiah
opens fire. We are here
to elevate, to greater.

Find the common, shine
a light. Become the water.
Put out the fire.

Through all the noise,
why do we only hear
what we already know?
Why don’t we think
the other side is here
with us? Why don’t we hear
the sirens wailing for us all?

Why don’t we fight
for greater common?
Are we not here
to elevate us all?

Why do we let our fear
be greater than our greatness?
In times of fear, compassion
is an orphan. Dethrone
the blind and elevate the kind.

Find the common, shine
a light. Become the water.
Put out the fire.