They’ll do ‘Whatever It Takes’

  • Courtesy of Taylor Fite

    Taylor Fite, left, and Jordan Fite, are twin brothers and the band Saving Cadence.

Twin brothers Taylor and Jorden Fite from “Saving Cadence,” an alternative, reggae rock band, are excited about the recent release of their comeback CD on their website and on all of their social media and online music platforms.

If you were wondering how they got their name, Taylor Fite explains: “We first formed our band in high school and didn’t know what ‘cadence’ meant. When we looked it up, it was defined as ‘rhythmic flow and tempo.’ So we came up with the idea of saving the music.”

They are originally from Oahu and moved to LA in 2005 to engage in the music industry while auditioning for music labels and touring the country. They moved back to Hawaii in 2009.

They are happy with their home studio that allows them to create music and share it with the world. In the 2020 era, everything is most likely going to be digital. EPs are now the way to sell music independently and these brothers have an advantage with their home studio.

“We are excited to be launching our new CD called ‘Whatever It Takes,’ and we hope it has something for everyone,” said Taylor Fite. The album was written by the brothers and engineered in their home studio. Their album producer is Imua Garza from Oahu.

The Fite brothers were nominated for a Na Hoku Hanohano Award in 2012 and won first in radio station 98.5 FM’s “Battle of the Bands.”

There is no listening party due to the holidays and the men wishing to spend some time with their ohana. However, the brothers are anticipating having one sometime in February.

They see themselves vibing with Kauai locals, and would like to strive in the music business in Hawaii.

They are looking for booking opportunities and hope to be to perform at community events.

They are all about saving music and appreciating the arts.

Find more of their arts and music at


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