The Kaje Sessions: Faded Cadence

Here at The Kaje, we are always excited to hear your suggestions and one suggestion we all loved was that of using the blog as a forum for talents to demonstrate their abilities. As a result, we are pleased to announce the launch of The Kaje Sessions. If you’d like to demonstrate your abilities (be it singing, acting, painting – anything goes!) on The Kaje Sessions, simply e-mail thekaje@thekaje.com with details of the talent you’d like to demonstrate!

In the meantime, enjoy our very first The Kaje Session as we proudly present Birmingham based quartet Faded Cadence performing their track “Hers To Keep”. Citing their influences as Bon Iver, mewithoutYou, City & Colour, Sigur Rós and One Way To Kansas, the quartet have made ample use of the internet to ensure their rapidly growing fanbase.

Where did you record The Kaje Session?

We recorded the video at Kaila’s church, St Boniface. The church let us practice there, and they have a full PA system so we can sort live sets out.

What made you choose to use their kitchen?
We recorded in the kitchen because we’ve always found it’s one of the best places to practice our acoustic sets, due to the acoustics in there. There’s a pretty big hall that the window opens out onto, so everything echos through there and provides a great sound. It also means we have quick access to coffee when we need it!

What is the most unusual live date you have ever played?
I’ve got to say the most unusual date would have to be when we played at Symphony Hall in Birmingham last Friday. The night was so surreal, because we were the only band there! Everyone else playing was part of an ensemble or an orchestra, so it was pretty crazy to walk on stage as a 4-piece band in front of this massive hall of people. The sound was amazing though, so it was worth all the stress!

What made you choose “Hers To Keep” for the session?
“Hers To Keep” is our intro track at many of our live shows, and we wanted to see what it now sounded like as a stripped down, acoustic track. The original started out as just piano, so the song has gone through many changes whilst we’ve been a band.
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2 Comments

  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Faded Cadence, Faded Cadence. Faded Cadence said: Check out our Kage Session, plus a mini interview: http://bit.ly/brQ1ET […]

  2. Wow! Loved the magazine already and now love this! Such a fab band to start with – just looked them up after seeing your great vid. Lovely.


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