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OriginSunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
GenresPop rock, Indie rock, Rock, Pop, Alternative
MembersJordan Grace
Trentan Kruger

Skypilot is an acoustic rock band from Queensland, Australia.[1] Formed in 2010, the duo have released three EPs and a full-length album throughout their career and have toured the UK and Ireland on numerous occasions.

Consisting of member Jordan Grace and Trentan Kruger, Skypilot blend heavy acoustic guitars with brother-like harmonies appealing to crowds of all generations, and taking after influences like The Eagles, America and Simon and Garfunkel.[2]

Skypilot supported American rock band Fireflight on their Stay Close Tour in April 2012, completing an East Coast tour of the United States.[3]

In August 2012, Skypilot supported Grammy nominated artist Jeremy Camp on his first tour to Australia.[4]

Skypilot recorded their latest album in Nashville, Tennessee.[5] Distant Days was released in November 2013 with an album launch tour in California.

In 2014, Skypilot performed on the Main Stage at Forest Edge Music Festival[6] alongside bands Evermore (band), New Empire (band), Five Mile Town and Michael Paynter and also completed a 30-town Australian Tour supporting Country/Gospel artist Steve Grace.[7]

Skypilot are expected to release their first remix album in 2014.


  • Lighthouse (June 2011)
  • Distant Days (November 2013)
  • Live At The Island (October 2012)
  • "Because of You" (April 2013)


  1. ^ "Biography". Skypilot. Retrieved 2013.
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  3. ^ "Stay Close Tour Blog". Fireflight. Retrieved 2014.
  4. ^ Official, Skypilot. "Skypilot support Jeremy Camp". Skypilot. Retrieved 2013.
  5. ^ "Nashville album recording". Retrieved 2013.
  6. ^ "Forest Edge Music Festival 2014". Forest Edge Music Festival. Retrieved 2014.
  7. ^ "Steve Grace - Tour Dates". Steve Grace Management. Retrieved 2014.

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