Single release from their new album "Cats in a Coal Mine"
PRISM REVIEWS 12/6/2021
"The pandemic affected us all, but perhaps musicians more than any others. The Wide-Eyed Lounge Cats out of Baltimore took the opportunity afforded by the loss of gigs and gatherings to practice and evolve their sound and to record an album of rich, jazzy, saxophone-heavy, contemplative songs called Cats in a Coal Mine. The title is a reference to “canary in a coal mine” and captures for them the call of hope in uncertain and dangerous times.
It is a varied collection of tunes, written by different members of the band and covering such themes as self-discovery, changing times, the power of music, and the salvation found in community..." Read the rest of the article on the Prism Reviews website