Much has happened over the past 5 years for Caravãna Sun.
With over 500 gigs under their belts – 4 European tours (yes 4!) and 2 albums. The Sydney four piece don’t know the meaning of being idle.
The band are pleased to announce that a brand new single and album is looming large plus a bunch of live dates to boot.
Caravãna Sun headed West to Fremantle, WA and started recording album #3 with Joel Quartermain (Meg Mac/Eskimo Joe) at the helm. This April they release the first single EYE OF THE STORM from the forthcoming new album.
„Eye Of The Storm represents the struggle of leading a life away from the person you love. While frustration, anxiety and angst mask your emotions, in the depths of your heart you’ll never let go” – Luke Carra ( Vocals/Guitar)
Quartermain and Caravãna Sun focused on producing a contemporary sound to enhance their eclectic surf/dub/rock fusion.
The new album was born out of the band’s connection to their home, land and sea.
Their endless and unconventional touring circuit to rural communities has directly shaped the foundations of the new record.
Midnight Oil’s DIY approach to music and touring provided a major source of inspiration for the album, specifically their Blackfella/Whitefella Tour of remote Indigenous communities with Warumpi Band in 1986.
Caravãna Sun’s fifth and biggest overseas tour to date is set for July/August this year. Launching the new album, the band are set to play prestigious festivals throughout the UK including Boomtown Fair, Boardmasters Festival, Electric Beach Festival and Europe including Zandstock Festival and De Grote Pit Festival – Netherlands.