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Cayucas

Biography


On their last album, Bigfoot, Cayucas debuted in a way that defied their namesake, the sleepy seaside town of Cayucos, CA. As listeners fell in love with its shimmering west coast vibes, Zach Yudin watched his bedroom recording project transform into a band that toured the world almost overnight, all while his songs raced across the radio. But as Zach and his twin brother and bandmate, Ben, went in to create what would become their new album, what it all came back to was something more personal. While they now call Los Angeles home, they drew from the nostalgia of their childhood growing up in Davis, CA; the nostalgia in their music that is as much about a place they've never been (that maybe no one's been to) as any actual experience. It was a freedom to imagine, to explore ideas. And it was that wandering imagination and a punchy California dream that eventually grew to become Dancing at the Blue Lagoon.

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NEW VIDEO // Cayucas’ “East Coast Girl”

Cayucas are all spiffed up for their new “East Coast Girl” video. They’ve never looked better than they do in their white suits, shooting a little basketball and climbing rocks. Directed by Steven Andrew Garcia and filmed at Madonna Inn, it’s another perfect summer video. Watch above. In case you need reminding, the band kicks… Read more »

WATCH // Cayucas Perform Live on the Streets of Amsterdam

Happy hump day. Here’s a brand new session from Cayucas! They perform “East Coast Girl” live on the streets of Amsterdam. Satisfied? You shouldn’t be! Not until you’ve seen Cayucas live that is. They have a full summer of touring planned, including shows with JBM and Brazos; find all the dates HERE.

Sunlight In Song Form // Cayucas Perform Pool-Side

If Cayucas came in egg form, they’d be sunny side up. Too much? Let’s get back on track. The band sat pool-side at Palm Springs’ Ace Hotel late one morning for a performance of “High School Lover.” It’s all for KCRW / NPR’s Field Recording sessions. The end result is perfect and only further proves… Read more »