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MAR 07 2013

San Cisco To Release 'Awkward' EP On 3/26


Performing At SXSW Music Festival Followed By North America Headlining Tour

San Cisco announced they will release ‘AWKWARD’ EP which will include two new tracks “Fred Astaire” and “Wild Things” on March 26. Their full length debut album will be released later this spring.

San Cisco will be going on their first headlining tour in North America starting in March, with special guests Chaos Chaos. Additionally, San Cisco will be making their debut at SXSW Music Festival on March 12-17, 2013 in Austin, Texas.

The Australian band has gained fan base around the world with its explosive first single “Awkward”. The music video has nearly 4 million YouTube views and is continuing to grow. CLICK HERE to check it out! The single will impact Alternative and AAA radio on March 25th.

San Cisco consists of Jordi Davieson (Lead vocals and guitar), Josh Biondillo (Guitar, keyboards and vocals), Nick Gardner (Bass), and Scarlett Stevens (Drums and vocals).

“San Cisco, an indie four-piece from Fremantle, Western Australia, rode a wave of buzz this year. The pop-rock act was the subject of a bidding war, culminating in an international deal with Fat Possum, becoming the label’s first Australian signing.” - Billboard Magazine

“An irresistible Australian band, San Cisco specializes in songs you can't get out of your head.” - NPR

2013 Tour Dates
March 15 - Austin, TX - Club De Ville
March 21 - Boston, MA - Great Scott
March 22 - Philadelphia, PA - Johnny Brenda’s
March 23 - Washington, DC - Rock N Roll Hotel
March 24 - Pittsburgh, PA - Brillobox
March 26 - Toronto, ON - The Garrison
March 27 - Cleveland, OH - Grog Shop
March 29 - Chicago, IL - Schubas Tavern
March 30 - Minneapolis, MN - Triple Rock Social Club
April 1 - Portland, OR - Doug Fir Lounge
April 2 - Seattle, WA - Neumos
April 4 - San Francisco, CA - Pop Scene @ Rickshaw Stop
April 6 - Columbus, OH - Newport Music Hall
April 8 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom
April 10 - Los Angeles, CA - The Troubadour