Artist info

Genre

Rock, Indie


band members

Bart fronts and guitars, David basses, Kate keyses, Dee synths and tambos, Jacob guitars better than Bart, Ross drums. Everyone sings, only some are given microphones


Influences

Bowie, Beck, Bruce


Bio

We are releasing our first album 'Friends Ago' on the 9th of November. Check this out: http://goo.gl/rYrYW FRIENDS AGO Album Tour: 14 Nov - Black Bear Lodge (BNE) 15 Nov - Fbi Social (SYD) 22 Nov - Clarendon Guest House (KTB) 23 Nov - The Great Northern (NWC) 24 Nov - Oxford Art Factory (SYD) 01 Dec - The Workers Club (MEL)

Review

Reviewed by Caz Tran Caz Tran

23 Sep 2011

Triple J
50

This one jabs you in the arm with its instant melancholic melody and has more than just shades of Wilco lurking amongst it's verses. The song's conclusion feels like the sun bursting through grey doom clouds while you're singing '...nails into my hands, nail into my hands...' Happy times folks!

This one jabs you in the arm with its instant melancholic melody and has more than just shades of Wilco lurking amongst it's verses. The song's conclusion feels like the sun bursting through grey doom clouds while you're singing '...nails into my hands, nail into my hands...' Happy times folks!

Review

Reviewed by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

07 Oct 2011

Triple J
40

A great, rollicking song with a chorus you want to sing along to is always a good start. This has a big sound to it, but also great individual character... a really well rounded tune.

A great, rollicking song with a chorus you want to sing along to is always a good start. This has a big sound to it, but also great individual character... a really well rounded tune.

Review

Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

14 Oct 2011

Triple J
40

Channeling the Beatles and classic '70s sounds into a song with a lot of heart.

Channeling the Beatles and classic '70s sounds into a song with a lot of heart.