The Familiar Road is now available on all platforms

It’s here! Please purchase “The Familiar Road” at Bandcamp: https://catherinescholz.bandcamp.com/album/the-familiar-road (doing so directly supports my work as an artist) and/or listen on your favorite platform – post a comment and let me know your response to these tracks. The 7 songs on this album evoke tones of anger, confusion, passion, and depth regarding love sought and lost, existential questions and the ponderings of the meaning of my young adult life. Enjoy!

Spotify:

https://open.spotify.com/album/6aKbol9IMViRyXsj1OJXET?si=Bz7tYyZbSDGHcpOkXl7yKA

Apple Music:

https://music.apple.com/us/album/the-familiar-road/1737914972

Amazon Music: https://amazon.com/music/player/albums/B0CZ1ZMDNZ?marketplaceId=ATVPDKIKX0DER&musicTerritory=US&ref=dm_sh_hXWYDQoX13cv3wgCzmx8tX3ZZ

Pandora: https://pandora.app.link/zU6IF5kPJIb

Tidal: https://tidal.com/browse/album/353563121

Deezer: https://deezer.page.link/JsRMPLLEW5Jz3Af69

Album Credits:

Catherine Scholz – vocals, guitar

Sean Gill – audio engineer, guitar (on some tracks)

All of my music is now available for purchase through BandCamp here:

https://catherinescholz.bandcamp.com/

Review of “My Heaven” –

Hi again and thanks for submitting! “My Heaven” sounds like a heartfelt folk song that seems to delve into themes of longing, fulfillment, and the pursuit of inner peace. With only a guitar as accompaniment, the raw and unedited vocals add a sense of authenticity and vulnerability to the emotional journey portrayed in the lyrics. Opening with contemplation on the nature of heaven, questioning the dichotomy between blessings and curses, the protagonist yearns for a heaven defined by simple pleasures and the warmth of a lover’s embrace, contrasting the idealized image with the complexities of reality. Throughout the chorus, the protagonist reflects on their personal vision of heaven, characterized by an abundance of love and laughter. This sentiment is further emphasized through the imagery of falling for the moon on a cloudless night, highlighting the beauty found in moments of vulnerability and connection. As we progress in the song, the lyrics explore the elusive nature of peace and fulfillment, acknowledging the presence of unresolved dreams and unfulfilled desires. Despite feeling bound by metaphorical chains, the protagonist grapples with the notion that liberation is within reach, if only they had the courage to seize it. In the final chorus, the repetition of the phrase “My heaven” serves as a poignant reminder of the protagonist’s unwavering pursuit of happiness and contentment. Loved the soulful goodness! I will share it on my socials and playlist ASAP!

All the best and thanks! 🙂 – Oghamyst Music

My Heaven” was featured here:

Let This Be Enough” was added to these playlists:

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6UdmcD579KUPA72CmXPsXS?si=30c44b1c0b644775

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2RyJXLyTbVJcgAIo6p7Aco?si=0dd9e6af56764602

Take My Hand” was added to this website:

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and promoted on Instagram here by Laura Meets Musicians:

and added to this playlist:

Right Here Now” was featured here:
https://tinnitist.com/2024/02/26/groover-playlist-249-everything-you-need-almost-part-1/
https://tinnitist.com/2024/02/26/groover-playlist-249-everything-you-need-almost-part-2/
https://tinnitist.com/2024/02/26/groover-playlist-249-everything-you-need-almost-part-3/

Catherine Scholz

and added to these playlists:




Let This Be Enough” was added here:

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