The track is the first new stuff from the indie-pop five-piece, since their first EP Withdrawals
Ft. Boats and (no) hoes.
Brisbane four piece The Cairos have announced they will be parting ways with bass player Reuben Schafer. “After many many flights, highways, hotels and friends floors we are sad to announce that our good friend and bass player Reuben Schafer will no longer be a part of The Cairos,” wrote the band in a Facebook
Brisbane four piece The Cairos have been bringing the tunes to stages across the world on their biggest tour to date, across the UK, Asia and a CMJ showcase, and now they’re heading home for a bunch of summer festivals and some solo shows, in celebration of Row Of Homes the third single from their
Woodford Folk Festival have announced their New Year’s 2014 lineup and it’s another huge one. Over 400 acts, across 35 performance venues, over six days and nights, with highlights including Violent Femmes, guitar annihilators Sticky Fingers and recent Music Feeds LIVE performers Husky. Lior, Hiatus Kaiyote, Bertie Blackman, Kate Miller-Heidke, The Cairos, Mia Dyson, and
The fittingly named Gorgeous Festival will return to South Australia’s McLaren Vale this year and has unveiled its stellar 2014 lineup, led by Australian roots music treasures Xavier Rudd, The Waifs and The Beautiful Girls. The two-time ARIA nominated Xavier Rudd has become one of the country’s most iconic voices since his debut 2002 album
Ft. The Jezabels, Shihad, Violent Soho & more!
Brisbane four-piece The Cairos have garnered a reputation as one of the country’s hardest-working up-and-coming, young bands, and now they’re on the road finally celebrating a new album, Dream Of Reason. Midway through the tour, vocalist Alistar Richardson was kind enough to call into Music Feeds Studio to chat to our Mike Hohnen for the
Brisbane four-piece The Cairos have spent the last 12-months solidifying their reputation as one of the country’s hardest-working up-and-coming young bands – embarking on national tours, playing festivals, bunkering down in recording studios, and they’re now about to celebrate a new album. Fans have long been waiting for a full-length from these Triple J Unearthed
It seems like Brisbane indie outfit The Cairos are fans of Breaking Bad and who can blame them, really? Not content with rehearsing in a farm shed, the nifty quartet have taken to a caravan for a cover of the theme song to the TV show that’s all about makin’ meth, complete with a video
Having been bunkered down in a recording studio for sahhh damn long, painstakingly piecing together their debut album slated for release early next year, it’s understandable that The Cairos wanted to shake off the cobwebs to rehearse for their upcoming tour. The whimsical yet aptly titled Obsession (Shed Session) documents some of the time the
Currently on the road to celebrate their latest single Obsession, Brisbane four-piece The Cairos took some time out of their busy schedule to share their top 10 single picks of 2013 with Music Feeds, including cuts from Arcade Fire, Alice In Chains, Daft Punk, and The Preatures. The Cairos’ Obsession tour kicked off in Hanoi,
The organisers of Valley Fiesta have announced a massive lineup for their 2013 event, possibly the biggest since the festival’s inception. Kicking off this November, Valley Fiesta will play host to names as major as Architecture In Helsinki, Andy Bull, Gold Fields, Dune Rats, and Hayden James, just to name a few! Billed as “Brisbane’s
Fresh from their appearance at Music Feeds Studio and Queensland’s BIGSOUND conference, Sydney electro-pop duo Tales In Space are taking their chilled, disco rock on the Aussie highways in October, for headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne. They guys will also join Brisbane’s The Cairos for dates on their Australian tour. Tales In Space made
New single ‘Obsession’ streaming only on Music Feeds!
After touring with the likes of Mutemath and Blue Juice, Brisbane’s The Cairos are packing up the van once again for a series of shows in support of their latest EP Colours Like Features.
All last week Music Feeds featured Brisbane indie outfit The Cairos’ new EP Colours Like Features. Now, to celebrate the EP’s official release, The Cairos are returning to the road for not one, not two, but three different supporting tours.
As The Cairos drummer BC Michaels explains, life has certainly changed for the Brisbane quartet since signing with Island Records in 2011. Only two years ago the band was struggling to raise enough capital to record their second EP, 2010’s Summer Catalogue; the release of which was held back for a year, only to eventually
Each day this week we’ll be featuring a track from their new EP.
The Cairos are hitting the road to celebrate the release of their new single We All Buy Stars. The single has become one of the most requested songs on triple j in recent weeks and proved popular with the crowd at Sunday’s Gold Coast Big Day Out.