DISCOVER: ‘Infectious’ Caro release track ‘Eyes On The Ground’


Following the success of debut single ‘Closet Lunatic’, Leeds three piece Caro have released their self-produced ‘Eyes On The Ground’, a self professed intelligent, infectious example of what this genuinely exciting band are capable of. Stuttering, distorted guitars are juxtaposed with the melodic warmth of the vocal, building into a track that matures and evolves on every listen.  Lyrically, the song deals with the guilt of disassociation, as singer Adam explains

“It’s about the guilt associated with an indifference to social injustices that don’t directly affect you and how that indifference and lack of taking any action or even speaking out against it is basically a compliance with anyone who’s causing it in the first place.”

Meticulously crafting all artwork and videos themselves as well as, writing, production and mixing duties, Caro are a truly unique prospect; a band creating their own fascinating world for their music to exist in.

With support already flooding in from Huw Stephens, Steve Lamacq, DIY Magazine, NME, Clash, The Line of Best Fit to name a few plus ‘Closet Lunatic’ being featured as Best of the Week on Apple Music & a spot in Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist, the buzz around Caro is building fast.

You can catch them live at the following dates:


Thursday 5th                         BIRMINGHAM, Actress & Bishop

Friday 6th                               BANBURY, Also Known As

Saturday 7th                         MANCHESTER, Neighbourhood Festival

Thursday 12th                       NEWCASTLE, Think Tank

Friday 13th                            HULL, Fruit

Saturday 14th                       LIVERPOOL, Uni (with White Lies)

Thursday 19th                       READING, Purple Turtle

Friday 20th                            SOUTHAMPTON, Heartbreakers

Saturday 21st                       CARDIFF, Swyn Festival

Thursday 26th                       LONDON, Sebright Arms (Good Karma Club)

Friday 27th                            BEDFORD, Esquires


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