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Caravãna Sun Tackle Grief On ‘Keep My Love Close’

Caravãna Sun Keep My Love Close on Right Chord Music

Australian-based Caravãna Sun share their soul-stirring track, Keep My Love Close, marking their first release of 2024. This poignant song delves into themes of grief, life, and enduring connections.

Caravãna Sun – Keep My Love Close

Originating from Sydney, Caravãna Sun has been crafting their distinctive sound since 2011. Their journey has seen them grace stages at renowned festivals worldwide, from Boardmasters and Boomtown in the UK to Reggae Sun Ska in France and MadNes in the Netherlands. Closer to home, they’ve left their mark at iconic Australian festivals like Party In The Paddock, Bluesfest, and Woodford Folk Festival.

Years of dedication have opened doors for Caravãna Sun, including supporting legendary acts like UB40 and Madness. Their pinnacle came at the Byron Bay Festival in 2022, where they mesmerized a crowd of 10,000 on the main stage.

The latest addition to their diverse catalogue, Keep My Love Close, finds its roots in a sad chapter of guitarist Luke Carra’s life. It reflects his journey through profound loss and the ongoing effort to maintain a meaningful connection while providing unwavering support to his loved ones. Expanding on this, the band elaborates:

Keep My Love Close is a song about Luke’s (Singer/ Guitarist) stillborn baby named Daisy & the longing to keep that connection strong throughout loss. It’s a song that expresses a love that will never be lost”.

In this mesmerizing piece, intricate electronic layers fuse harmoniously with heartfelt vocals, crafting an immersive journey that deeply touches the audience. The dreamy instrumentation further enhances the experience, evoking an ethereal atmosphere that sweeps listeners along an emotional voyage.

Keep My Love Close showcases an enthralling blend of electronica, brimming with sincere sentimentality.

Catch Caravãna Sun live on their upcoming Australian tour dates:

  • Saturday, April 13th – The Roey – Broome, WA.
  • Saturday, April 20th – Evans Head Bowlo – Evans Head, NSW.
  • Sunday, April 21st – Jetty Beach House – Coffs Harbour, NSW.

Don’t miss the opportunity to support this talented quartet as they share their music and message across Australia.

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Words Javier Rodriguez