Bay Area singer-songwriter Caitlin Glennon brings indie rock authenticity with pop-punk, rock & roll, lyrics-driven ballads, plus a few all-out jams for good measure. She’s played shows at clubs in San Francisco and the Bay Area, sharing bills with the region’s rising stars like Matt Jaffe and Sour Widows, and has also played stages on the east coast.
Her latest EP, Death of a Human Touch, has elements of rock, piano pop, and powerful, moody vocals, it’s a take on what we’ve lost over the past few years.
In 2021, she added vocals to songs off EP Dirt Ball Hall, and single Even If It Hurts by Tucson artist Music These Days.
Her indie-pop single, “Down on Your Luck” was released in 2020.
What starts as an electric piano ballad turns into an emotional pop song with a chasing feel, paired with tribal-sounding drums. It’s a slight departure from her 2019 rock EP Lifestyle Creep (recorded with her live band), and a return to her solo output that she’s been recording since 2006.
Influenced by the likes of The Bevis Frond, Buzzcocks, PJ Harvey, Dusty Springfield, and Hüsker Dü, she feels at home putting out a good ballad as she does a banger rock song.
“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 is an independent artist. Contact her re: live shows or album/recording inquiries.