The great thing about EPs is that they offer early adapters an economical way to get to know a band. It's also a good way for a band to dial-in a workable line-up.
Kitten, an L.A. Indie Rock band, formed in '09. A year later, the group issued their debut EP "Sunday School."
Next came '11's "Cut It Out." Though the production team of Chad Anderson, frontwoman Chole Chaidez's songwriting partner, and Nick Johns remained, Kitten went through a lineup change. Max Kuehn (drums), Elvis Kuehn (synth/guitar) and Zach Carper (bass) quit to fully commit to FIDLAR, they're other band.
Okay, time to rebuild.
'13 saw the release of "Like A Stranger." Shortly after the EP dropped, Kitten announced the departure of band members Waylon Rector (guitar), Zach Bilson (bass), and Lukas Frank (drums). Bryan DeLeon (keyboards) stayed until the conclusion of the '13 tour, then parted ways as well.
But within months, Deleon, Bilson, and Rector rejoined Kitten for a headlining tour. But it didn't last long. Rector and Deleon announced via Twitter that they had decided to leave Kitten again. Guys, are you in or out?
Regardless, the 'group's' self-titled full-length debut arrived in '14.
2009 Sunday School
2011 Cut It Out
2013 Like A Stranger