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Genre

Indie, Rock, Roots


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Bio

Brendan the Bard

Inspired by artists such as Mumford & Sons, Johnny Cash and Rodriguez, Brendan the Bard is a Brisbane based singer-songwriter. His guitar sounds are rustic, his voice is down-home and his stories are authentic.

After years of taking to the stage alone, Brendan started performing his original music accompanied by his band in June of 2017. Boasting the ferocious finger-busting piano stylings of Callum Craig, the curly-haired surgeon of percussion Conor O'Brien on the kit and most recently the crafty stumps of Thomas Davies III on Bass, they always leave audiences sated with a toe-tap and sing-a-long at their charming and energetic live shows.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

11 May 2018

Triple J
30

CUTENESS ALERT!

This is the most adorable song I have ever heard. If Kim Churchill was writing the soundtrack to a Wes Anderson movie, it would sound like this.

CUTENESS ALERT!

This is the most adorable song I have ever heard. If Kim Churchill was writing the soundtrack to a Wes Anderson movie, it would sound like this.

Review

Review by Kyle Taylor Kyle Taylor

07 Jan 2019

Super Reviewer
35

Cute

Cute

Review

ChadStJames

28 Dec 2018

50

Brendan's ability to write relatable lyrics that cement themselves into your memory that you inevitably find yourself singing along with is beyond impressive. His latest release "She'll Be Right" is no different.

The track's infectious melody instantly makes you feel like you're in a movie with the narrative being whatever thoughts are racing through your mi...

Brendan's ability to write relatable lyrics that cement themselves into your memory that you inevitably find yourself singing along with is beyond impressive. His latest release "She'll Be Right" is no different.

The track's infectious melody instantly makes you feel like you're in a movie with the narrative being whatever thoughts are racing through your mind at that moment. Instrumentally everything from the piano to the drums to the harmonica molds together with Brendan's smooth vocals making it an instant feel-good anthem to forget about your worries.

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