Pilots fly on surf rock: video

Pilots, comprised of Kit Bray, Byron Carney and Harry Deacon will play at Rad, Wollongong on Thursday. Picture: SAM NOLAN

Pilots, comprised of Kit Bray, Byron Carney and Harry Deacon will play at Rad, Wollongong on Thursday. Picture: SAM NOLAN

NORTHERN NSW indie rock trio Pilots are set to land at Rad, Wollongong tomorrow.

Cultivated in Australia's tropical heart of Byron Bay, Pilots are the new three-piece band the nation is falling in love with.

The musicians produce dreamy, uplifting surf rock, and their electrifying stage performance has solidified their place as emerging stars.

Pilots formed in late 2012 when good friends Kit Bray, Byron Carney and Harry Deacon thought it was about time they started a rock band.

Their influences range from Phoenix Foundation to Smashing Pumpkins, and they recently finished recording their debut EP with Nick Didia.

Joining them at the event will be Stashmunkee (The Vanns and Bootleg Rascal side project) and White Blanks.

The show will kick off at 8pm on Thursday, September 4. Tickets are $8 from yoursandowls .com.au or at the door.

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