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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland’s Cat Calabrese has struck out on a solo music career, starting on Friday, March 5 with her debut single “Quicksand.” Check out the track below. Calabrese was formerly a member of local band Rule of Young with her former partner Nico Conti. But when the two broke up in August 2020, the band ended, too. A month later, Calabrese decided to start making her own music under her name as a way to regain a sense of control, she said. “When he was gone, I was forced to go into the driver’s seat, and I realized how much I had been holding back,” Calabrese said. “It was nice feeling like I was completely in control, when my personal life felt like all the control had been taken away from me. Music gave me something to hold onto.” Calabrese connected with DJ London Bridges and local producer WavyDuder, a collaborator of Machine Gun Kelly’s, to develop the songwriting and beat for “Quicksand.” The result is a breakup song about Calabrese overcoming her last relationship, arriving in the form of a bright, catchy pop track. My 65th birthday 2021 The year when shit got real quarantined shirt, hoodie

I wanted it to be upbeat, something you could dance to, but when you hear the lyrics, ideally what I want is for someone to feel like they’re being told a story,” Calabrese said. The entire track was developed over Zoom, due to the pandemic, Calabrese said. She recorded “Quicksand,” and four other songs, over the course of 10 days with producer Jim Wirt at Superior Sound studios. Calabrese said she plans to release one single every six or seven weeks, to get her through the remainder of 2021. But she has no plans on slowing down after that; Calabrese has focused on developing her own voice and continuing her songwriting career after a painful year. “I don’t know anyone who had an easy year in 2020, but if you make use of the time you’re given and just go after it — that’s been the biggest lesson I’ve learned for myself,” Calabrese said.  My 65th birthday 2021 The year when shit got real quarantined shirt, hoodieIf there’s any advice I could impart, it’s, ‘Watch what happens when you just get out of your own way.’” You can find more information about Cat Calabrese at her Facebook page, facebook.Com/catcalabresemusic. Get a jumpstart on the weekend and sign up for cleveland.Com’s weekly “In the CLE” email newsletter, your essential guide to the top things to in Greater Cleveland. It will arrive in your inbox on Friday mornings – an exclusive to-do list, focusing on the best of the weekend fun. Restaurants, music, movies, performing arts, family fun and more. Just click here to subscribe. All cleveland.Com newsletters are free.

 

 

 

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