Just Listen: Catholic Action – Propaganda

Catholic Action

Words: Gary Feeney

We’ve been banging on about how good Catholic Action are for a long time now, so naturally we’re very excited indeed about their new single, Propaganda.

Their first single since February’s Doing Well – one of best of songs the year so far, if you ask us – Propaganda is a notably different affair from the snappy, glam-pop sound which characterises the band’s previous offerings, but is no less infectious. From the opening synth lines, the 80’s goth-pop influences -the Cure in particular – are immediately apparent with Chris McCrory’s vocal delivery taking on a more yearning, forlorn style than usual, but in typical Catholic Action style, it’s an instantly catchy and uplifting anthem for the summer days ahead.

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