TRAUMA CAT RELEASES “IT WAS ME” SINGLE FROM THEIR SECOND ALBUM
Hailing from Syracuse, New York, Trauma Cat released a track “It Was Me” off their brand new album The Truth Doesn’t Live Here. The band described their new single as a funky, reverb-drenched indie rock song about the social and ecological havoc humans have wreaked on the world. It has a steady guitar and drum beat throughout that matches the tone of the singing.
“Thank you for finding it in your hearts to continue supporting our trash endeavors.”
Trauma Cat describes themselves as “America’s sorriest power trio.” Co-fronted by guitarist Ralph Kojig and bassist Roman Pando with drummer Rutger DiBoyere, Trauma Cat are equal parts band and absurdist performance art troupe.
Since 2021, Trauma Cat have dropped several singles, each one exploring new sonic textures and variations on the theme of truth. In 2022, the trio also released a satirical docuseries titled “The Truth About Trauma Cat,” and a podcast called “The Truth About The Truth About Trauma Cat.”