Fronted by singer/guitarist Chris McCrory, already a leading light in Glasgow's fervent music scene as a producer and former member of Casual Sex, Catholic Action has impressed tastemakers and audiences alike with their patented brand of post-punk, jangly guitars and glam-influenced pop. Last year saw Catholic Action tipped by the likes of Annie Mac and Huw Stephens, land a spot at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend, all while picking up fans from the likes of NME, DIY and The Independent along the way. Having created huge waves with their two 2016 singles, the catchy singalongs "L.U.V." and "Rita Ora," Catholic Action began 2017 with massive single "Doing Well," which has already received love from BBC Radio 1, when the group performed a live session at Maida Vale studios on January 30. The rising Scottish upstarts have received incredible support at BBC Introducing, which hosted Catholic Action at their showcase at this year's SXSW. "Doing Well" was recorded and produced by McCrory, mixed by Tom Longworth (Vryll Society, Xam Volo) and is available to stream now on SoundCloud. The quartet recently announced their signing to new independent label Modernsky, which will release their debut album later in 2017.