Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Dylan Joel, Meg Mac, Vance Joy, Kaiit, Ruel


band members

Ben Beamish Jeremy Beamish


Bio

The Beamish Brothers are a rising duo of multitalented
siblings handcrafting a new flavour of intelligent alt-
pop music. 2019 marked the much anticipated launch of The
Beamish Brothers after achieving 8 million streams prior
to this as a featured artist. Their recently released EP
‘Brutalism’ broke into the scene after attracting over
100k streams on Spotify, their fusion of ‘soul, funk and
indie-pop’ (Pophrt) and the ‘Duo’s synergy and delivery
of flawless, celestial harmonies’ (Artist1on1) only
scratches the surface of what these Toowoomba brothers
can do.


The Beamish Brothers completed a Japan and South Korea
tour in June, where their “Freshness, pure youthful
groove and exceptionally beautiful harmonies” (Megahorn)
attracted the attention of several Japanese media
platforms and helped them ink a distribution deal in
South Korea. On the tail of their overseas travels, the
brothers supported Tia Gostelow for The Sound Society
Festival, toured Australia and concluded the year by
signing a global publishing deal with the incredible
Embassy Music.

Now with 2020 underway, The Beamish Brothers prepare for
their biggest release to date. All eyes are on them after
they teased a new single on national TV during the
Eurovision Australia Decides broadcast for which they
were runner-ups. With the ball in their court, the
brothers are more excited than ever to show the world
what they can truly do.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

03 Jun 2020

Triple J
35

But of the Ed Sheerans here, with a splash of JT.

But of the Ed Sheerans here, with a splash of JT.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

02 Jun 2020

Triple J
40

I couldn't mean this in a more complimentary way but this is feels like Cub Sport embracing their most lavish early '00s pop inclinations.

I couldn't mean this in a more complimentary way but this is feels like Cub Sport embracing their most lavish early '00s pop inclinations.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

09 Feb 2020

Triple J
40

I remember when, at thirteen years old, I got my first and only pair of satin boxer shorts. I didn’t and still don’t know the difference between satin and silk but I’ll tell you, this song shares properties with both. Luxurious smooth.

I remember when, at thirteen years old, I got my first and only pair of satin boxer shorts. I didn’t and still don’t know the difference between satin and silk but I’ll tell you, this song shares properties with both. Luxurious smooth.