Fisherman’s Village Music Fest artist spotlight: KAIROS

To say Lena Simon is a well-traveled musician would be a tragic understatement.

Simon has played with Pollens, Tomten, Throw Me The Statue and is currently on tour in Europe with La Luz. As if all that wasn’t enough Simon somehow found the time to also front her own band KAIROS. If you are familiar with any of these bands then you know she is pretty much batting 1000 on who she works with.

Below you will find the video for the new KAIROS single “Can/Cannot.” Each song released by KAIROS just reinforces that there are great things on the horizon for Simon and company. “Can/Cannot” is no exception and the video is beautiful.

Make time to catch KAIROS when they come back to Everett for the Fisherman’s Village Music Festival on May 16 and 17.

KAIROS – “Can/Cannot” Official Music Video from Fin Records on Vimeo.

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