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The Kairos

Liverpool lads The Kairos release video for new single ‘Lazy Lethargic’

The Kairos kicked off 2022 on a mission. They played a comeback, sold out Liverpool headline show and also received national radio play from Radio X’s John Kennedy. The band have focused on building a truly organic and devoted fanbase, aided with Spotify editorial playlist placement (Fresh Finds Rock) and have just joined fellow up-and-coming band The Skinner Brothers on their sold-out UK tour. 

The Liverpool lads approach summer 2022 with their new single ‘Lazy Lethargic’, a track almost built for packed tents and festival stages with canons of cider flying overhead.  ‘Lazy Lethargic’ showcases high octane verses and a soaring chorus that just will not escape you. The track wears all their influences on its sleeve, from the Arctic Monkeys to Fontaines D.C, while remaining innovative and unique.

The single was recorded and mixed with up-and-coming producer Ben Harper, fresh from working on The Mysterines top ten album ‘The Reeling’ and mastered by engineer Loic Gillard of Motor Museum. The accompanying video was directed by Matt Snow at Snow Motion.

You can catch The Kairos play live at Jimmy’s in Liverpool 21st May and tickets can be bought here. The Kairos will also be playing at the Isle Of Wight Festival over the weekend of 16-19th June with further UK festival dates being announced soon.

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