After a busy few months of recording and planning, Esperance three-piece Grand Casual is set to celebrate the release of its single 'The Sound' with a tour of the state's south coast.
Grand Casual frontman Kyron Smithson said the single had been very well-received since its release in July and that the trio couldn't wait to hit the road and perform it live.
Smithson said the band had already planned the tour for late August to promote the new single before its release, stopping off at a number of locations, including Hopetoun, Denmark, Margaret River, Yallingup, Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie.
The band will play at home in Esperance at the Cannery Arts Centre on Saturday, September 7, alongside Southern River Band.
The classic blues-rock-and-roll single was developed shortly after drummer Joe Franzone joined the band in late 2017, according to Smithson.
Over the next six weeks, Smithson said the band undertook the task of mixing and mastering the songs before finally selecting a single.
"It was a really, really cool time," he said.
"It's been a hectic time, having to get our heads around how to release the song across all of the digital platforms. It was a song that came really easily.
"Every time we play it live, I think it's one for crowd interaction and getting people in the zone and enjoying themselves."
The last 18 months have been especially busy for the band, travelling more than 1,200 kilometres co-headlining the Goldfields-Esperance Touring Circuit in April 2018, touring the state's South-West in October and being nominated for the 2018 WAM regional award.
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