Live Review | Cassia | Sneaky Pete’s

On a spring Saturday night in the capital, Cassia transported the crowd at Sneaky Pete’s straight to the Caribbean.

Stopping by at the intimate venue, alongside local bands including The Carvelles and Bottlenote, the trop-pop trio treated Sneaky Pete’s to a sun-kissed set.

Their tropical tracks made it easy to forget it was a spring evening, with tracks including ‘Paradise Beach’, ‘100 Times Over and ‘Moana’ making you feel like you should be lying on a beach sipping on a pina colada.

Throughout the set, the band took time to showcase their individual instrumental talent, particularly in latest single ‘Weekender’, which presented a strong reflection of their versatility, think Tame Impala meets Vampire Weekend. As frontman Rob Ellis’ distinctive indie vocals led the way. 

The mixed crowd on the night may have been less responsive than the band deserved, but Cassia still managed to get us grooving, leaving us eager for festival season.

Cassia have crafted an alluring blend with their sun-soaked songs. Managing to bring the sunshine indoors with their surprisingly slick set, we’re looking forward to seeing how Cassia grow and have no doubt there’s a promising future ahead for the trio.

Post Author: Claire White

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