For Our Animal Friends is the long-awaited follow up to CODA’s 2002 ARIA Award nominated album There Is A Way To Fly and this EP will surely not disappoint!
Coda mix strings with electronics, groove with noise, pop with classical. They create soaring harmonies, laidback beats and a chill out sensibility.
Over the past 6 months, Coda have been concentrating on recording their second release for Silent Recordings. Coda appeal to a diverse & savvy listening audience, from classical to urban electronic heads. It is impossible to pigeonhole this artist collective and that is the beauty and appeal of Coda.
Coda has toured with a myriad of artists ranging from Leonardo’s Bride, Antenna, Savage Garden, and Jonathan Richman to the Kusun Ensemble. They have performed at the Big Day Out, Sydney Festival, Woodford Folk festival, Glenworth Valley, The Opera House studio space and Bennelong Restaurant. They recently performed as a 25 piece for the Wayne Cooper fashion week in Sydney.
Described as a soundscape to a fantastical dream, CODA’s music consistently transcends boundaries, and is a compelling mix of classical, far-eastern, rock and electronica. This collective of classically trained musicians performs with mastery, dressed in quirky headwear and outfits that transport audiences to a magical world. CODA’s performances are always uplifting cinematic musical experiences, often enhanced with theatrics, dance and costumes, making them one of the most innovative and visually spectacular music acts nationally and abroad. From playing at festivals such as the Big Day Out, Adelaide Festival and Woodford, to performing and recording with artists such as Josh Pyke, Gomez, Lior (Autumn Flow), avant-garde group Synergy Percussion and on Toni Collette’s forthcoming album, they are leaving their indelible footprint on the Australian music landscape.
CODA offers a unique musical approach fusing classical strings with contemporary music. CODA has successfully toured nationally and internationally for the past twelve years. CODA strings have performed, recorded and toured with a myriad of artists ranging from Powderfinger, Superjesus, Leonardo’s Bride, paulmac, Pollyanna, Savage Garden, Antenna Jonathan Richman and Pnau to name just a few. They have also performed for over 600 schools over the past five years for Musica Viva as well as The Big Day Out Sydney Festival, Woodford Folk festival, Glenworth Valley, The Opera House studio space and Bennelong Restaurant, as well as fashion shows for Wayne Cooper and Akira Isogawa.
These five tracks are guaranteed to satiate the salivating CODA fan, with their trademark stunning composition exploring new sounds and urban gypsy influences, artfully packaged and highly collectable.
1. Giraffe Girl
3. Smoking Camel On A Camel
4. Circus Bizarre
5. The Hunt
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