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Camarano Create a Blissful Indie Haze on ‘Where Am I Now?’

Camarano have delivered one of the most assured and accomplished debuts with the exceptional Where Am I Now?

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Dan Beard*

For any band to make the big step forward and release their debut album is a move that is shrouded in uncertainty and nervousness. For Camarano though, there’s no need to think twice, with the WA outfit offering up one of the most assured debuts in recent memory by way of Where Am I Now?.

Shrouded in a blissful indie haze reminiscent of greats such as The War On Drugs, it takes just ten tracks for Camarano to cement their standing on the local music scene, and prove their worth as one name that you not only should be standing up and paying attention, but one you need to.

Camarano’s Where Am I Now? is out now.

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