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Soulful and Shamelessly Melodic Indie-Rock


Light Shines On


Somebody Brought You Home

I Do


Black Cat Habitat is a soulful and shamelessly melodic indie-rock band with a beautifully-worn 90's sensibility, led by singer-songwriter Rachel McCullough, with lead guitarist Neal Blumberg, bassist Tony Simpson, and drummer Jay B. Wade. Performing original songs about longing, triumph, and finding your own habitat, Rachel's unique vocals have been described as “wickedly sweet" and “captivating” drawing comparisons to Gwen Stephanie, Maria McKee and something undefinable.

Broke My Heart

Black Cat Habitat’s high-energy shows feature soaring choruses, texture-laden guitars, undeniable groove, and and a back-beat-on-lock.Making new friends wherever they play, every Black Cat Habitat performance delivers soul and sunshine.


Black Cat Habitat loves bringing their good vibes into the ears of audiences at clubs, festivals, and private events, and they can't wait to bring them to yours!

Becoming (Make a Little Room)

Friday 12/03/2021 

Solo Acoustic Set in Support of International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Zoom Livestream.

Free Registration and Schedule at

Saturday, 11/20/2021

John and Peters 

96 S Main St  New Hope, PA 18938

Featuring The Missing Frets at 3:00 p.m.

Black Cat Habitat plays 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Performance Video

Somebody Brought You Home

Live shows include original songs from Jam the Signal and Ready to Bruise.

CD Cover Art of Jam the Signal. Rachel profile with Telecaster.

CD cover of Ready to Bruise. Shadow of cat in front of dark sky and moon.

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Connect with Black Cat Habitat


Live Performances

"Somebody Brought You Home" Performance Video

"Jam the Signal" Official Lyric Video