Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


band members

Brandon Stockbridge Dane Koek Zac Potter Reed Troup Regan Dale


Website

www.almondsoyband.com/

Bio

Showing no signs of slowing down this year on the back of a string of sold-out shows, Perth’s Almond Soy have unveiled their energetic new single Silhouette, along with announcing a whirlwind tour this August. The infectious new track shows off the multi-dimensional talent of the band with its beat-driven dance floor vibes and 80’s inspired sonic grandeur, while lyrically exploring the notion of teenage love and modern themes of lust and loss.

Upon this year's January release of debut EP Social Misfit that spawned the singles I Could Be the One and Happy Ever After produced/mixed by Dylan Ollivierre (The Money War). Almond Soy quickly garnered widespread community radio spins, triple j airplay, Unearthed rotation and even exposure abroad in the Phillipines all the way to college radio throughout the US. The film clip for I Could Be the One featured on Rage for an entire month and was the first ever music video played at Perth’s newest cultural landmark Yagan Square, endorsed by WAM and ScreenWest.

Starting out as a bedroom project, Almond Soy have developed at an unbelievable pace. Forming at the end of 2016 and lead by brothers Brandon and James Stockbridge, the band has evolved into a six piece ensemble, taking stages at such boutique festivals such as Music Matters (Singapore), Live by the Bay, RTR FM’s Neon Picnic. Almond Soy have certainly encapsulated the mood of Perth. Laid-back yet adventurous.

"addictive melodies, dark undertones and infectious grins “- Pilerats

Review

Review by Elsa Silberstein Elsa Silberstein

30 Apr 2019

Triple J
35

Good lil groove in this one, those sunny guitars at the start really got me in.

Good lil groove in this one, those sunny guitars at the start really got me in.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

26 Apr 2019

Triple J
35

i like the play off of the jingle jangle then the big pop rock choruses, a fine blend.

i like the play off of the jingle jangle then the big pop rock choruses, a fine blend.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

25 Apr 2019

Triple J
35

Mmm..
Mmmm...
Mmmmmmm....
It's good to have you back. The little jangly sound in the guitars right at the start and chorus was a BIG treat. MMMMMMMMMMMM

Mmm..
Mmmm...
Mmmmmmm....
It's good to have you back. The little jangly sound in the guitars right at the start and chorus was a BIG treat. MMMMMMMMMMMM