Letter B releases music video for single, “The Wolves”
Missoula, MT — Letter B will release their new music video for, The Wolves, on YouTube. The video was filmed and edited by Tell Media House. The Wolves and the whole EP, Catch Me When I Fall, is available for streaming and purchase on Spotify and iTunes.
Catch Me When I Fall is the first recorded collaboration with all five members. It investigates vulnerability met with rage, the victim mindset and what survival of the fittest means today. Relentless honesty expressed through wailing harmonies and sharp rhymes provides contemplation of the remarkable connection suffering can create. Catch Me When I Fall revels in relating all living beings who have been pushed to the edge. Each song is a declaration of accepting what we cannot change and wildly protesting the demons that threaten us.
After touring the nation with their debut album Moving Forward in 2015, Letter B has focused on sharing music with their beloved community and recording new material. Healing from heartbreak and loss permitted the willingness to be pushed to the edge in life and lyrics.
About Letter B
Ever since its inception in 2013 in Missoula, Montana, Letter B has never stopped. Born from a thought and a beat, a cadence and a rhyme – a bouncing ball bellowing under the big sky – the folk/rock/indie-hip- pop group draws inspiration from the likes of the Dave Matthews Band, Atmosphere and Ray Lamontagne to blend its down-home roots with a global perspective.
Jarod Kintz once said, “I want to be a creature that’s half bee, half the letter b. that way i can pollinate the world with my literacy.”
Comprised of a preacher’s progeny, duo Jordan Lane (lead vocals, guitar) and Katie C. (vocals) bring their gospel feel alongside Michael English (drums), Lhanna Writesel (sax), and Dillon Johns (bass) to create an endless supply of energy. Katie C’s spoken word poem from which the band draws its name can be found on its debut album “Moving Forward.”
“Letter B is a band that inspires movement and freedom, and we just like to celebrate. Our album Moving Forward’ is about the next level of consciousness. It’s a freedom of togetherness.”