San Cisco has been taking the Australian indie rock scene by storm thanks to their hook-filled tunes and on-point musicianship. The band gets fans fired up during their lively sets and creates upbeat, dance-worthy music as frontman Jordi Davieson croons alongside their singing drummer Scarlett Stevens. San Cisco perform fun tracks like "Fred Astaire" and "Awkward" with an energy that can't be matched, and they always keep ticket buyers singing along to their hook-filled jams on their must-see tours.
Hailing from Down Under, San Cisco was formed in 2009 by high school friends Jordi Davieson (vocals) and Scarlett Stevens (drums). They added Josh Biondillo on guitar and Nick Gardner on bass soon after and started writing songs as a four-piece. They released their debut EP Golden Revolver in 2010, receiving major praise from critics along with plenty of radio play throughout Australia. The group continued their success with 2012's Awkward EP and earned legions of new fans on their nationwide headlining tour. They broke out with their eponymous debut LP later that year which was nominated for three ARIA Music Awards in 2013 -- including Best Independent Release and Best Dance Release. Since then they've supported major indie acts like Architecture In Helsinki and Smallpools and have played for packed houses at their own headlining shows. On tour San Cisco always deliver a bewitching set that's filled with raw passion and phenomenal performances.