Today we're honoured to premiere the latest addition to Chiara La Woo's brilliant selection of eclectic reggae rock music. The four-piece have had a whirlwind year, supporting the likes of Ocean Alley, Alex Lahey, North East Party House and gigging around like crazy to satisfy the demand they've earned themselves. The early days of this group originated in lead singer Glen's sweaty back shed, which hosted many drunken conversations between the 'Woo' boys, about playing some tunes together and forming what we now know as Chiara LA Woo.
"We Really wanted to show in our first 3 releases our flexibility and variety as a band, 'If You Find The Time' is definitely showing our heavy side and hopefully gets the heads banging"
- Jack Redden (Drums)
The groups' reggae infused rock is refreshing, maintaining a certain punch and energy, while also being quite emotional. Often likened to Sticky Fingers or Bootleg Rascal the groups major influences include the early works of Kings of Leon and Australian Crawl. This latest song and the groups 3rd standalone single, demonstrates their undeniable talent yet again. 'If You Find The Time' masterfully hops between bouncy quiet verses and a raucous chorus that will undeniably become a highlight for future shows, we bloody love it!
In celebration of this brilliant release, the boys have actually put together their own mini-festival of sorts at Phonatic on Hindley Street. On the back of this release, the upcoming show will be their first ever headline with fellow legends Stork, Sin City and The Oh Balters supporting. If your anywhere near as excited to see these guys as we are, jump on the event here. With the release of this killer new track and rumours of an interstate tour, there's never been a better time to hop aboard the party bus that is Chiara La Woo!
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