CITAY Live Session And Interview Featured On Pandora Internet Radio

You’ll be hard pressed to find a band compared to both Judas Priest and the Allman Brothers in the same breath. But leave it to the duo-lead guitars of Citay to garner such a disparate comparison from the folks at Pandora Internet Radio, speaking of a live session the band recently recorded for TheBayBridged.com’s monthly New, Improved, LIVE series. Listen HERE. A video from the session is below.

“Yes, we are in the middle of recording a new album. It’ll be done in the late summer and out in early 2010 on Dead Oceans. It’s a similar vibe, sort of. Definitely more upbeat, bigger, louder, but still the same themes — soaring guitars and vocals, groovy parts, long-form songs (for the most part) and a generally epic experience,” said Citay bandleader Ezra Feinburg in an accompanying interview HERE.

New, Improved, LIVE: Citay – “Little Kingdom” from The Bay Bridged on Vimeo.

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