Electronic, Pop, Punk, Rock
Anberlin, Yellowcard, Linkin Park, Relient K, Rise Against, The Almost, Family Force 5
Chad Campbell, Tom Fullarton, Elliot Campbell, Jack Fullarton
Anberlin, Yellowcard, Family Force 5, Relient K, Enter Shikari, The Almost, Hands Like Houses
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Hailing all the way from both Perth and Albany, WA, alternative rock band Available At The Counter have been bringing the goods since 2007 with their crazy fusion of epic beats, soaring anthems and heavy hitting rock and roll. Their much anticipated debut album "Hello Reality" was released at the beginning of 2015 and has been receiving outstanding reviews both locally and throughout the state.
Pairs of brothers, Chad and Elliot Campbell and Tom and Jack Fullarton are no strangers to performance and music. Growing up together in the southwest country town of Albany, the guys have been involved with music since they were all very young and continued to pursue their passion for music throughout high school, when they officially decided to form a band.
The early years saw the band of brothers writing and rehearsing their music on a weekly basis and playing shows whenever they were able to. Soon enough, the Strawberry Jam Music Festival put the young up-and-comers on the lineup, giving the boys a taste of a big stage and giving them a chance to meet and play alongside so many of their childhood music heroes!
Over the years the guys have been through a lot together. Both Chad and Tom currently residing in Perth for university makes for interesting rehearsal schedules but in lead vocalist Chad's words "the travelling back and forth makes it all the more worth it!". It's definitely clear that these guys feel called to do what they do.
When it came time to hit the studio with close friend and producer Mark Flanders, the boys knew that this album had purpose and was meant to be heard. Titled "Hello Reality", the album takes listeners on a journey, it's a spiritual, hard hitting and unapologetic collection of tracks questioning both social, cultural and religious "norms", chosen in attempt to expand listeners views of the world, challenging their perspective on where and how they go about life.
Hello Reality is available from most online outlets as well as their live shows. Head on over to their Facebook page to keep up to date with what Available At The Counter is up to.
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