Evil Tongues has developed a gritty cinematic sound with soaring anthemic melodies and raw personal lyrics. The Toronto-based pair, Jennifer Di and Mike Allain, bonded over their eclectic range of musical tastes and saw an opportunity to take to the stage, inspired by a shared love of the sounds that defined the ‘80s and the UK music scene.
From a young age, Jennifer has always been pretty focused on going after her dreams, which comes with a lot of sacrifices. Time with family, friends, relationships, location, and as much as she doesn’t regret any of the decisions that she’s made to get here, every now and then a little voice inside her head questions has this all really been worth it?
And if everything falls apart, will anyone be there to catch you? Or have you sacrificed too much? The song “Catch Me” was written about one of those conversations that she had with herself.
“Catch Me” was mixed by Juno award-winning engineer Kevin Dietz (The Glorious Sons, Billy Talent, Alexisonfire) in Toronto and mastered by Grammy award-winning Emily Lazar and Chris Allgood at The Lodge Mastering in NYC.
“I think it’s easy to feel like you’re the only person that questions what you’re doing with your life, or feels like you have no idea what you’re doing with your life,” says Jennifer. “I wanted listeners to know that they’re not alone, and we all go through periods of questioning if everything we’ve risked is really worth it in the long run.”