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The alternative pop band Whocat is the brainchild of Sara Moonen, and their debut album Joyful Rebellion invites listeners into her favourite playground.

Joyful Rebellion is an ode to headstrongness, musically coloured by Sara Moonen, with partners-in-crime Joris Lindemans (double bass), Benoît Minon (electric guitar) and Davy Palumbo (drums & percussion). The result is 11 eclectic tracks, presenting different contrasts, capturing moodswings of strong personalities. Songs like 'Breeze', 'Liar' and 'Bournonville' nestle in the darkest corners of our minds, while the vibrant 'All Good' or 'Juice of Youth' explore what connects us as humans. Genre- and style-compelling, this is a candid album, without shortcuts, symbolising the sound of boisterous minds. 

The front cover of the album is based on an original painting of Hannah Ilcsyszyn, artwork by Iwona Pom 

This Whocat production is made in Brussels (recordings at Low Man's Land studio & Kriptik Studio), mixed with love in Antwerp by Staf Verbeeck and carefully mastered by Cochlea (Lier). The album is released on the label Team 4 Action. Audiovisually, the band is assisted by the talented scenarist Iwona Pom (Leitmotif vzw) who perfectly captures Whocat's musical vibe. 

Ever since the founding of the band in 2014, Whocat performed over 150 concerts in Belgium, toured in UK and gigged in France & The Netherlands. After a first EP ‘Blueprints’ (2015), they  proudly presented its new album 'Joyful Rebellion' with a release tour and a highlight concert in AB Club Brussels. After this release tour, the band performed on summer festivals such as Blue Balls Festival (Switzerland), Esperanzah Festival , Gaume Jazz festival etc....


Whocat is currently working on new tunes (and keen to present them next season) as well as preparing for the arrival of a brand new Whokitty :)  Stay tuned!

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