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Cairns based Alt-pop/Hiphop band, Cinnamon Sun, ooze a comforting conscious vibe that will have you transported to a Tahitian bar under the orange setting sun, with all worries lost. Fronted by the grounded and forever chilled Davy Simony, his years of touring the globe and recording his solo roots project shine through in this new adventure with thought evoking songwriting and relaxed delivery. Since teaming up with producer Jayden Reid, and involving dozens of collaborating musicians, the collective have started a fire that wants to keep burning. Accumulatively they’ve toured Australia, America, Europe and Japan; Showcased at Bluesfest, Tablelands Folk Festival, Kuranda Roots, Wallaby Creek Festival, St Kilda Festival and Real Rock-Reggae Festival (Japan) and supported world class acts Tash Sultana, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard and Daryl Braithwaite. Cinnamon Sun is the new kid on the block, standing sonically alongside the likes of Ocean Alley and Dope Lemon with their distant electric guitar riffs and 80’s vintage style keys that hold the space so delicately for rich Saxophone to float through your mind. Davy wraps you in his warm, gold drenched vocals, flowing effortlessly between smooth singing and laid back rap, leaving a nostalgic note in the ear of the late Mac Miller. 'Flame’ is next in line after four incredibly successful releases this year. Momentum has been building for the Cairns based group, with two of their singles being premiered on Triple J, over 80,000 streams on Spotify and features in Beat Magazine, Forte, StereoFox, AU Review and Australian Music Scene. “Like drifting off into your own imagination, Cinnamon Sun is the kick-off into a blissful existence. Understatedly poetic and great, you can’t go wrong with these cats” - Nkechi Anele (Triple J) “There is plenty of love in Australia for the chilled-out vibe. Look no further than the popularity of Ocean Alley. I can see some of the love which goes their way also being replicated onto the charms of Cinnamon Sun.” The AuReview