LUCKY MAGNET RECORDS
CAT DAIL “CAN’T BUY LOVE”
NEW MUSIC VIDEO
Release date 7/20/18
Directed, Filmed & Edited by Will Townsend
Video Produced by Lucky Magnet Records
Featuring Cat Dail & Band LIVE with a fantastic Midwest audience!
At Elbo Room, Chicago “'Can’t Buy Love’ might be the sexiest song of the summer.” ~Cashbox Canada
For complete reviews and much more, please visit CatDailMusic.com or Linktree above
Filmed entirely on location on their Fight For Love Tour, Cat Dail and her amazing live band performed at the legendary Elbo Room and then took the streets of Chicago, filming under the El on a rainy tour day off.
Directed, filmed & edited by Will Townsend, the video has a spectacular but subtle look that matches the song, and Cat’s vibe overall. Native Chicagoan, Indie filmmaker photographer videographer, Will Townsend is now working in Los Angeles. He also directed Cat’s forthcoming video for her new song “Flow Zone", shot in NYC at LIVE at Club Drom and on the scene in Tompkins Square Park (August ‘18 release). “Can’t Buy Love”
Dail & Kumpel, 2018
Produced Recorded & Mixed by the 1-&-only Teddy Kumpel
At Teddy’s Funhouse, Brooklyn, & at Shawn’s Famtasia Studio, NYC
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, NYC
Cat Dail- vocals, guitar, percussion
Teddy Kumpel- guitars, bass, percussion, backing vocals, midi-keys, everything else
Shawn Pelton- drums “Cant Buy Love is the opening track
From the brand new EP by Cat Dail “Fight for Love “ debuted just late Spring, with:
-Unanimous 5-star critical acclaim
-International Fight for Love Tour dates and collaborations
-Fresh performance music videos, shot across the country by creative local indie filmmakers
-Comprehensive best-quality web presence
-Full distribution to iTunes Spotify & all partner sites
All songs are written by Cat Dail and Teddy Kumpel,
except “Player” written by Dail & Kumpel with bandmate/ collaborator/ genius/ guitarist pal, Joel Newton,
and “Molly & Matchbox” which Dail wrote on her own.
In the short span of nearly 30 minutes, these 7 songs traverse wild landscapes and private horizons, addressing personal and social pains and and pleasures.