Minneapolis-based full catholic began with folk jams around backyard bonfires among three friends who were schooled in Athens, GA. Pre-pandemic, songwriters Dani Michaele (lead vox, bass, guitar), Lane Miller (guitar, bass, vox), John Caldwell (synth, guitar, vox) were spread out all over the country, passing homemade demos around, getting together to swap instruments, and taking cracks at each other’s burgeoning tunes. In Minneapolis, they enlisted Sam Hall as their rightful drummer, gave Dani full-time singing duties, and locked into pandemic studio recording, ultimately laying down two records before Hall relocated home to the Pacific Northwest. Two months later, in the summer of 2021, they met drummer and songwriter Des Lawrence (Dusty Forever) who fell in instantly with the group and fulfilled the prophecy.
The band’s sound ranges from neo-psychedelia to freak-folk, art rock to proto-punk, and features hypnotic vocal harmonies, jangly rhythms, frenzied instrumentation, and probing lyricism meant to illuminate and discomfort. Their debut LP 'every dream at once' was listed by Mike Mineo of Obscure Sound in the top 20 best albums of 2022, calling it a “stirring collection of songwriting…and emotively genuine beauty.” The band toured the album extensively in the Midwest while completing their sophomore LP, ""all is well"" released Spring 2023.