In an era of manufactured performers and style over substance, it’s a rare treat to find an artist who puts a higher premium on sweat and blood than on appearances and gimmicks — meet Catcher, an alternative rock band with a mandate to make expansive, dynamic music that means something.
Taking his cues from iconic artists like Nine Inch Nails, Big Wreck, A Perfect Circle and the Foo Fighters, front man and songwriter Trevor Bennett founded the group in 2006 on a foundation of solid musicianship, memorable material, and heartfelt lyrical content.
Since its inception, the group has released three albums, 2007’s “light & shadow” and 2009’s “hurricane” EP, and 2011’s “May You Live in Interesting Times.”
Catcher have been recognized time and again for its hard work and determination. The group has toured Eastern Canada on multiple occasions, and “light & shadow” was nominated for…