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Award-Winning Artists, Kasador Comes To ERBEN

February 1, 2024 at 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm EST

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379 George St N
Peterborough, ON K9H 3R2
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Kasador has accomplished great things in a short span of 7 years – their debut record Brood & Bloom (was produced by Rob Baker of The Tragically Hip) brought them their first radio success, and they joined forces with Brett Emmons of The Glorious Sons to co-write and produce our sophomore record “Youth”, which has since led them to a number of support slots with Canadian greats The Tea Party, Tom Cochrane, The Glorious Sons and recently, Finger Eleven.

Kasador is excited to share their newly released single “Come Over” which was released on Nov 10 just as they embarked on an international tour, as of November 4th performing their own shows as well, shows in direct support of Gold and Platinum-selling, Juno and SOCAN Award-winning Canadian icons, Finger Eleven.

On the heels of their sophomore LP “Youth” (June 2, 2023), just as Kasador were hitting full sprint, they’ve released their follow-up single “Come Over” on November 10th.

“Come Over” tells the story of a complex and emotionally turbulent relationship in which both parties are torn between wanting and not wanting the other’s presence. The song offers a raw and introspective exploration of the intricacies of human connection – how desire and fear are ever-present complications to finding deep and genuine connection. The band have continued their partnership with The Glorious Sons’ frontman Brett Emmons, co-writing and producing the ethereal pop-rock anthem with the enigmatic singer.

Kasador is a Kingston, Ontario band who have never been scared of change and the three friends at Kasador’s core—Cam Wyatt (vocals/guitar), Boris Baker (bass), and Stephen Adubofuor (drums)—have been through a lot of it. They’ve woven years of tumult through their mid-20s into something powerful and real: a tight-knit, sincere, and caring rock and roll band.

In June 2023 they released “Youth”, their sophomore LP about youth, memory, relationships, and how the relentless passage of time shapes and constantly reshapes all of those things. It’s a bright, punkish, emotional guitar-rock record that ultimately tracks the process of learning to be okay with not being okay. Since the release, the band have been drawing lots of attention for their raw and honest sound, captivating high energy live performances, and stunning visuals – the music video for single Lock On won Best Music Video at the 2023 Kingston Canadian Film Festival.