San Cisco on Indie Accent

San Cisco

c. 2009 | ORIGIN: AUSTRALIA

San Cisco are an Australian indie pop band that formed in 2009 under the original name of King George, in Fremantle, Western Australia. The band is a four-piece, and consists of Jordi Davieson (guitar, lead vocals), Josh Biondillo (guitar, vocals), Nick Gardner (bass) and Scarlett Stevens (drums, vocals)—all members, except Stevens, share duties on keyboards. In November 2011, the band was signed by Albert Productions, but moved to Fat Possum Records for the release of its debut album. In October 2012, the band described its 'vibe' as "squelchy, crispy, streamlined, hairy, indie". At the ARIA Music Awards of 2013 the group were nominated for Best Independent Release and Best Dance Release for the album; and Best Video for "Fred Astaire", which was directed by Andrew Nowrojee.
At the ARIA Music Awards of 2013 the group were nominated for Breakthrough Artist - Release, Best Independent Release and Best Dance Release for their debut album; and Best Video for "Fred Astaire", which was directed by Andrew Nowrojee.
In the Triple J Hottest 100 2016 countdown, an Australia Day tradition, "Too Much Time Together" was voted into 49th position. "Magic" was nominated, but failed to accumulate enough votes to make it. (Wikipedia)

REVIEWED

SloMo


"Jordi Davieson possesses such an extraordinary voice like always"

CF | 509 DAYS AGO

The Distance


"This catchy, innocent tracks is one of our favorite from the album"

CF | 239 DAYS AGO