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Cisco Caesar Album Launch

When:

Sat 25 Apr 2015, 8:00pm–11:45pm

Where: Byron Bay Brewery, 1 Skinners Shoot Road, Byron Bay, Byron Bay Area

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $10.00 ea
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It has taken over two years, a near-death experience, and a ridiculous amount of talent to produce what may become known as the album of the decade. However, with Cisco Caesar, what decade is the question? Constantly having their live shows compared to those of the great bands of the seventies, these boys have finally decided, after seven years (and only one EP) to release a full length album. Influences range from funk to country, including a song inspired by their drummer (and former childhood star) having a heart attack. You're not prepared for this you really aren't.

The Holy Grail in this cut and paste era is an album that you don't need to edit into your play list but one that you would actually sit and listen to - from beginning to end. This is not a mirage, it is the refreshing lagoon in the midst of an evaporating industry full of desperate songwriters trying to 'fit in' or 'ride the wave'. This album won't just knock your socks off, it's grown the cotton, built the loom, knitted the socks, put them on you, and then it knocks them off...along with your pants.

If you want it, they've got it, and you're definitely going to need a doctor to get it out of your head.

With support from Americana troubadour Phil Smith they'll play their first gig to Byron Bay audiences on Saturday April 25th at the Byron Bay Brewery. They're not the only new band you'll hear this year but they might as well be.