The boys have shared the stage with Aussie favourites such as John Butler, Ocean Alley, Winston Surfshirt, The Rubens, Eskimo Joe, Lime Cordiale and Birds of Tokyo as well as international acts such as Ozomatli (USA) and The Skatalites (Jamaica).
Seeing a song in the exact same colour is not an unusual experience for brothers Tommy and Chris. This unusual phenomenon adds a new dimension to the music coming out of this Southern Beaches band. Tommy and Chris grew up in sync, creating the bands sound based on a shared experience of music.
In 2017 and 2018 the boys ditched their van and headed across the seas to embark on two European tours. They brought their explosive live show to audiences in Italy, Austria, France, The UK, and Surfana Festival in the Netherlands, representing Sydney’s finest on the world stage.
2018 will be a big year for The Kava Kings as they gear up to release their newest EP, which they’ve been working on with engineer and producer Joel Quartermain (Eskimo Joe). If you ask the Smithson brothers, to describe their latest track ‘Friends’, they’ll tell you they see it in shades of green. however if your not a synesthetic, you could say ‘Friends’ explores the experience of growing up and the all too familiar notion of drifting apart from the ones we thought we’d always have. The boys describe the new direction they are heading in as a step away from their roots and a move towards incorporating more rock and electronic elements.
Vocals, Trumpet, Guitar / Tommygun
Vocals, Bass, Keyboard / Chras
Lead Guitar / Nuge
Drums / Brann
|November 9, 2019 8:00 pm||BEACH CONCERT SERIES SATURDAY|