TUNE Cairobi - Human Friend
Distant Fire is the debut EP from multinational outfit Cairobi.
Their music is a catalogue of submerged images, the exoticness of which reaches the outer space, lost in the time confusion they call the "Archaeology Of The Future".
Formerly known as Vadoinmessico, Cairobi is a new incarnation of the five-piece, who have spent the past two years further developing their pop psychedelia.
Zoraide, the first single from the EP, made it’s way into the top 30 UK iTunes Alternative Chart and was used for Halfords national television advert. Premiered on Clash Music in December 2014 and featured on Stereogum, the song drew comparisons to Flaming Lips and Animal Collective.
Based between Berlin and London, they could be a model UN act boasting Mexican, French, Italian and Austrian nationalities between the five of them.