FOUR: Electronic band Tora are Jo Loewenthal, Jai Piccone, Thorne Davis and Shaun Johnston.
FOUR: Electronic band Tora are Jo Loewenthal, Jai Piccone, Thorne Davis and Shaun Johnston.

Favorite local band Tora is back with new music

ANOTHER Case is Northern Rivers band Tora's latest single.

A smooth and steel-tasting track, like the feeling of a spoon dipped in honey, the single is gaining traction at Triple J Unearthed and Triple J.

Sitting at over 20 million streams, and after playing Glastonbury and Splendour in the Grass, a national support slot with Rufus under their belt, and a run of their own sold shows, the Byron Bay electronic four-piece have announced their debut album Take A Rest.

Another Case is the second track released from the new album, set for release on June 9.

Inspired while touring Australia, Europe and North America, Tora wrote Take A Rest over a two year period in various locations around the globe before composing, recording, producing and mixing the album in their home studios in Byron Bay.

Tora took a novel approach to recording Take A Rest by incorporating organic sounds heard in guitarist Jai Piccone's garden, including the buzzing of flies, bamboo creaking in the wind and the scraping of cactuses with rakes.

Take A Rest was mastered by Grammy nominated engineer Andrei Eremin (Chet Faker, WAFIA, Hiatus Kaiyote).

The band have amassed a combined 20 million online streams from previous singles Poly Amor and Twice, plus their EPs Eat the Sun and the self-titled Tora.


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