Caitlin Glennon Band's 2019 EP Lifestyle Creep features Caitlin Glennon on vocals, guitar, and keys, lead guitarist Alex Kenivel, Svend Nielsen on bass, and Josh Davidson on drums. Hard-hitting rock, pop-rock, pop-punk, and all-out jams describe this EP, which takes on income inequality, politics, the drudgery of day jobs, and has an homage to 1970s vintage vans.
“I’ve released albums under my name, and with Svend Nielsen on bass, and Alex Kenivel on Separate Grooves (2016), but these songs have their own energy of our live act we’ve been honing over the past year and a half, and it felt like its own force of nature to capture in an easily digestible EP. The songs on Lifestyle Creep were a collective effort, and I’m really excited to unleash it.”
“She's actually a careful, methodical artist with a folksinger lilt, and a cache of scrappy rock riffs that bring out — or jar with — the sweet tincture of her voice. It's a fascinating juxtaposition.” – East Bay Express
“Caitlin Glennon has managed to roll quite a bit of her magical music making skills into a brand new twelve track LP, titled Separate Grooves. The album itself takes us through a genre-bending mass of twists and turns, focusing largely on pop rock and bringing with it slow, simmering ballads that stick with you.” - Impose Magazine
Hard Learned Truths (2012) was the follow up to her 2006 4-song EP Someday We'll Be Gold which includes tight pop-rock Art School City and melodic synth-rock Every Day is a Dream, both which have been played on KALX's The Next Big Thing radio show. Songs off Hard Learned Truths have also been played on KALX and LA's The Independent FM radio, and the title track was also played on an episode of the CBS show Revolution (2014).
Caitlin is an independent artist. Contact her re: live shows with the Caitlin Glennon Band or album/recording inquiries.