The Cairos On The Road... Again

6 June 2012 | 11:53 am | Dan Condon

Brisbane indie-pop dudes clock up even more miles.

Brisbane indie sensations The Cairos are continuing on their furious path to establish a solid fanbase all over the country as they embark on yet another trek along the east coast of the country in support of the Colours Like Features EP, which they released in April. The band have a very strong work ethic when it comes to playing live, they've not stopped since the release of the aforementioned EP, notching up support slots alongside the likes of Mutemath, Deep Sea Arcade and Bluejuice as well as treating audiences around the country to their own headline shows.

The band will be the centre of attention again when they embark on these shows in July; this time around they're not just focusing on the capital cities, ensuring that some of the more regional areas get a taste of their slick and tasteful indie-pop too. See them at the following shows:

Wednesday 4 July - The Patch, Wollongong NSW
Friday 6 July - Great Northern, Newcastle
Saturday 7 July - Goodgod Small Club, Sydney
Thursday 12 July - The Loft, Gold Coast
Saturday 14 July - Alhambra Lounge, Brisbane
Thursday 19 July - Jive Bar, Adelaide
Friday 20 July - Karova Lounge, Ballarat
Saturday 21 July - Northcote Social Club, Melbourne