Artist info

Genre

Dance, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

The Belligerents


band members

Lowis - lead vocals/guitar, Jimmy - lead guitar, Konsti - bass/vocals, Andy - Synth/vocals and White Stag on the drums


Influences

Caribou, MGMT, Metronomy


Bio

We're the Belligerents, a five-piece band from Brisbane.

Our newest single is called 'Looking At You'. The track was produced and mixed by our bass player, Konstantin Kersting at Airlock Studios in Brisbane.

In 2012 we won a spot playing at Parklife in Brisbane from Triple J / Triple J Unearthed which was an unreal experience. Over the past two and a half years we've been lucky enough to tour with and support some of our favourite international and local acts, including Metronomy (UK), Neon Indian (USA), Breakbot (France), Van She, Last Dinosaurs and San Cisco.

www.facebook.com/thebelligerents www.thebelligerents.net
Bookings / Gigs - harry@123agency.com.au
Press / Publicity - camille@sidekickmangement.com.au

Unearthed in 2012

Parklife

26 Aug 2012

Winner

The Belligerents

The Belligerents

Congratulations to our 2012 Parklife winners!

A massive congrats to Willow Beats, Bastian's Happy Flight, The Griswolds, The Belligerents and Koolta.

More

Review

Review by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

22 Oct 2015

Triple J
40

Just love this song in every way, but particularly that build and guitar stabbing explosion in the final couple of minutes. What a beauty.

Just love this song in every way, but particularly that build and guitar stabbing explosion in the final couple of minutes. What a beauty.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

26 Aug 2015

Triple J
50

Personally I think this is the best thing you've done. Creepy, inventive and brilliant.

Personally I think this is the best thing you've done. Creepy, inventive and brilliant.

Review

Review by SF23k SF23k

25 Sep 2018

45

i believe the centrepiece to this song is the bass propelling this song along, i love the vocals drawing out to a point they seem to become instrumental, an ambience on a single note, effected and well placed, explosive moments with guitars pouring into the place, the complementary balance between the vocals and guitars, and coming back to that bass, a well-produced well-mixed piece

i believe the centrepiece to this song is the bass propelling this song along, i love the vocals drawing out to a point they seem to become instrumental, an ambience on a single note, effected and well placed, explosive moments with guitars pouring into the place, the complementary balance between the vocals and guitars, and coming back to that bass, a well-produced well-mixed piece