Gentle but powerful, sweet yet subversive, Cait and the Marrow gives sonic expression to this generation's yearning for authentic self-expression, human connection, and meaningful freedom in an increasingly closed-off society. With her characteristically incisive humility, lead singer Caitlin Grossjung (aka "Cait") describes the band's style as "r&b folk," but encapsulated in that succinct phrase is a mad explosion of creative genius which synthesizes multiple illustrious traditions of American music with the cosmopolitan energy of present-day New York City and a youthful but wise perspective.
Founded in 2015, the Astoria, Queens / Washington Heights based ensemble has risen to prominence as the house band for The Kitchen's "The Collective Sex" series. Launching a much-anticipated season of shows and recordings, Cait and the Marrow is a phenomenon often heard spoken of in enraptured, questioning whispers among members of Brooklyn's most serious progressive communities.
Caitlin Grossjung (lead vocals), Hannah Rettoun (backup vocals), Jesse Fried (keys), Max Miller (bass), Jamie Fried (percussion).