Here Come The Cavalry
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Here Come The Cavalry

Perth, Western Australia, Australia | Established. Jan 01, 2011 | SELF

Perth, Western Australia, Australia | SELF
Established on Jan, 2011
Band Rock Pop





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"Here Comes the Cavalry – “To The Ends of the World"

Here Comes the Cavalry is a band that has come out of the local scene shadows pretty well, spreading their wings into what could become a future of notoriety and label signings. Holding a voice that is very similar to the harmony and power of Amy Lee of Evanescence, this band has the potential to reach places that some other locals may not have the ability to.

Let’s break down some of the band’s elements. The cavalry is sure called in when it comes to the pop-enforced bass chugs that inhibit themselves in the backline of the song, giving it a slightly heavier taste along the lines of their genre-identification of pop rock. When it comes down to it, the opening piano harmony does in fact shape the surroundings of the song as more serene than anything else. While focusing specifically on the aspect of guitars, they also hold pop elements that are surprisingly not shitty and overused, so kudos to that. It’s just frustrating that all the bass does in this song is fucking chug.

In contrary to popular belief and thoughts of individuals I showed this song to as I was reviewing it, I actually liked the drum track. Although they do overpower the other instruments in some of the song, there is almost as aspect of reverence here. In order to keep up with what we know as the majority of the underground scene, a band needs to incorporate something that will bring in fans of different music taste, such as the “hardcore” scene of Perth. This track definitely is able to cover that small amount of needed heaviness to get their name around without it being in a negative way.
The lyrics surprised me to the caliber that I never really see lyrics here that are good in the slightest. They do have their dry points, but have what’s needed to not totally suck. While keeping up the positivity aspect, the quality of the song is done pretty well; can’t really complain about the mix too much.
Bottom line is this band is worth checking out. The intro is pretty slow if you aren’t into just piano and vocals, but I promise the song does pick up and does pack a decent sucker punch from the unexpected depths of Perth. - I PROBABLY HATE YOUR BAND

"BEAT100 Names its Newest Ultimate Musicians: Here Come The Cavalry!"

Australian Rock band Here Come the Cavalry have been chosen to become the newest BEAT100 Ultimate Musicians! Their smash hit 'To the Ends of the World', which is steadily climbing the World Music Video Chart caught the eyes and ears of the BEAT100 A&R team after winning 3 Gold Awards. Inspired by the likes of Paramore and Anberlin, Here Come the Cavalry have been producing their own brand of Rock music since they formed in 2011. They tell BEAT100, 'We have all been musicians since we were young and all share the same dream of touring the world doing what we love, playing music and sharing our music to an audience that can relate to it from their own experiences and enjoy our sound.' Describing their sound as 'Pop infused alternative rock', the group love to take the typical Rock band image and create their own imaginative twists using inspiration from all genres of the music world.

So far, Here Come the Cavalry have stormed shows all around their local area of Perth, Australia but now have their sights set further afield after being asked to perform at the Shut Up and Listen Festival in Singapore on Oct 4th this year. Recently the band have been focused on creating their new EP with Singaporean producer Roland Lim. They plan to debut the EP at the Festival, making it an even more exciting time for them! For Here Come The Cavalry, the Shut Up and Listen Festival is the ultimate step towards their career goals. Talking to BEAT100 about what we can soon see from the band, they tell us '[Next for us is] conquering the world with our music. We are currently saving money from our day jobs building a band fund so we can start touring nationally and one day internationally.'
The band's chart climbing track 'To the Ends of the World' is our own sneak peak into the brand new 6 track EP. With ethereal lyrics and fearless hard hitting beats, the track is perfectly highlighted by the strong vocals of lead singer Paige Silvi. Having also won a Gold Video Award, one of the highlighting features of the song is obviously the dramatic music video that draws the viewer in with its captivating imagery. Reflecting on the meaning of the song, the band tell us that it is an exploration of true love and how every time a person falls in love, it changes a bit of themselves. We can't wait to see this and more performed at the Shut Up and Listen Festival and BEAT100 wishes Here Come The Cavalry all the best with their up and coming EP release! - Beat100





Here Come The Cavalry are a five piece rock outfit hailing from the South Eastern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. 

Here Come The Cavalry have created a beautiful blend of pop infused alternative rock amongst a number of other sub genres. 

Since their beginning in 2011, the band have been impressing the local scene with a plethora of high energy and fist pumping shows. 

Here Come The Cavalry consists of five members: - Vocals, Lloyd Catando - Guitar, Ben Violante - Bass and Rhys Carroll - Drums. 

This combination of diverse performers are creating music that simply cannot be categorised into one specific genre and includes many refreshing new wave flavours. The resulting tunes are filled with soaring vocal melodies, heavy driven mosh-worthy guitar riffs, hair raising bass lines and punchy fat drum beats ! 

In October 2014, Here Come The Cavalry are debuting their EP at the Shut Up and Listen Festival in Singapore “SUL14â€? ( along with the release of the six track EP. The EP was produced with well known Singaporean producer, Roland Lim - a master of this trade. 

Keep your ears to the ground and your eyes to the sky as Here Come the Cavalry are ready to charge, with their refreshing energetic sound that will have you reaching for the repeat button.

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