Eskota is the band’s first release, which sprang from a recording session in a ghost town east of Dallas. Having only brought a guitar and a microphone, the album was a send-off from the former guitar-based folk project than a documentation of the new sound that was beginning to develop.
The next year, Catch Prichard released two singles, “Don’t Want It” and “The Alleyway”. Both tunes showcase the group’s changing style through the arrangement of acoustic, electronic, and ambient driven arrangements.
2019’s release of Utter Disbelief dives deeper into this growth with Sawyer's weighty baritone voice, classic drum machine rhythms, gritty Mellotron, and gliding pad melodies. It is an album that resonates at the emotional frequency of Popol Vuh's Aguirre and Cohen's Ten New Songs.
Catch Prichard’s forthcoming release, I Still Miss Theresa Benoit (2021), is their most expansive album to date. It is the band’s first attempt to bring elements of their live performance into the studio while weaving together musical genres and literary themes that have influenced the band's career.