Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Roots


band members

Bree De Rome


Unearthed artists we like

Deep Sea Arcade , Adrian Deutsch


Website

breederome.com/

Gig

Bree De Rome

Mature content
Played on triple j

26 Apr

One Way Street Party

2:30pm

Bio

The Coolest cowgirl on the Gold Coast, 19 year old Bree De Rome captures minds with her preppy blend of nostalgic 1960’s girl group vibes with the sound of spaghetti westerns long gone. The indie pop sweetheart’s recently released debut EP ‘Bag of Bones’ was produced by Tony Buchan (Tim Finn, The Preatures and Thelma Plum) and recorded with the lads from Deep Sea Arcade, the EP features co-writes with Sally Seltmann (Seeker, Lover Keeper), Adrian Deutsch (Red Riders) and Bryan Estapa. Bag of Bones branches from surf rock to sweet 60s girl pop to 50s rock’n’roll to country all within the 5 tracks. Early praise for Bree De Rome: “It has all the naivety of young children playing cowboy and Indian dress ups but consistently explodes into a heavenly fuzz with an intense pop song discipline beating underneath.” –Dan Newton, Heavy and Weeird (December 2012) “Better Luck is easy to tap your toes to and is sure to turn your bad day around.” Nicole Barlow, the 59th Sound (July 2013) “Simplistic and understated, casting minds back to vintage tunes and the days of cool guitars, shepparding the collective mindset to a happy place” – Alice Bopf, AAA Backstage (October 2013)

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby ...

06 Nov 2013

Triple J
40

Bree knows her w...

Bree knows her way around a broken hearted pop standard. This is a real charmer.

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Review

Reviewed by Steph Hughes Steph Hughes

16 May 2013

Triple J
30

The coastal cowg...

The coastal cowgirl rides again. Loving the angle youre getting at with these tunes. Youre on to something for sure. Every upload's catching my ears more and more.

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Review

Reviewed by Rosie Beaton Rosie Beaton

14 Jan 2013

Triple J
40

coolest cowgirl ...

coolest cowgirl on the gold coast with sweet voice and catchy tunes channelling musical eras gone by

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