The Australian band will play The Foundry on Tuesday, Oct. 23.

Featuring four cousins and their childhood friend, the Aussie band Castlecomer will cut loose with fans at The Foundry in Philadelphia on Tuesday, Oct. 23.

The band, opening for Big Data, will bring their newly released debut album, “Castlecomer.”

“Castlecomer” released the official music video for “All Of The Noise,” the album’s lead single, which is impacting Alternative Radio now. The band recently stopped by Paste Magazine in New York City and performed a stripped-down version of the single for the first time ever. 

After writing what would become their breakout hit, “Fire Alarm,” singer Bede Kennedy quit his day job and instead took to writing nine hours a day for 12 months. Out of those writing sessions, “Castlecomer” emerged.

The band has an undeniable chemistry - “Fire Alarm” went on to hit no. 6 on the Global Viral Chart and has since racked up over 6 million streams on Spotify alone. Through hundreds of shows and praise everywhere from Rolling Stone Australia to triple j, they built up a loyal following in their home country before the five-piece moved their home base from Sydney’s Inner West to the United States earlier this year.