LIVE LOVED TOUR: CITIZENS AND SAINTS & KINGS KALEIDOSCOPE
Supported by The Sing Team
TUE 31 JAN @ 7:30PM
- Book Online - $35.50 + Booking Fee
Door Price - $50
- (02) 9550 3666
- Concert Mode - General Admission Standing
- On sale now @ The Factory Theatre
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THIS EVENT HAS MOVED TO THE METRO THEATRE
LIVE LOVED TOUR
CITIZENS & SAINTS
The Seattle based band, Citizens & Saints, is Zach Bolen, Brian Eichelberger, Nathaniel Furtado, Spencer Abbott and Adam Skatula. Their latest release, A Mirror Dimly, is the ushering in of a new age in both sound and story, offering a window into the heart and soul of the band. Much like the raw and open diary that is ‘A Mirror Dimly,’ Citizens carries that same honest approach into their performances. Drawing influence from americana to post-punk, Citizens’ freshly imagined sound is the result of mixing feel-good nostalgia with unconventional storytelling.
A Seattle-based collective of ten members, Kings Kaleidoscope uses an eclectic range of modern, woodwind, string and brass instruments for a colorful, stylistic harmony that stands greater than the sum of its parts. The marriage of electronic and analogue soundscapes is a love letter to Motown and math rock, with illustrative lyricism that runs the gamut of haunting, uplifting, and resolved.
Singer/songwriter Chad Gardner carries these lyrics with a soulful treatment that compliments calculated drum work to create a balance between groove and mathematics. Tracks are peppered with electronics and sampling that call to The Bridge Wars era of hip hop, all the while bringing a refreshing stamina that breathes life into these timeless constructs.
KK’s trademark voice is their ever-growing accent across their 5 EPs, critically acclaimed LP, Becoming Who We Are and daring sophomore LP “Beyond Control.” Garnering attention since 2010, this collective is known for their musical and lyrical call for cosmic reflection. From humble beginnings they’ve triumphed over many trials with personal tragedies, mainly stemming from lead singer Chad Gardner’s personal life, from losing a child, to the split of their home church, and the resultant time spent seeking other churches to call home. The effort taken to communicate between all band members, is a miracle in and of itself, and something King’s has become proud of.