Artist info

Genre

Punk, Rock


Sounds like

The Bronx, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster


band members

Mayjene Tan Chris Whale Aaron Griffiths Jez Giddings Jeremy Park


Influences

Every Time I Die, The Bronx, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster


Unearthed artists we like

The Sinking Teeth, Gladstone


Bio

Bursting on to the scene less than a year ago in 2014 Brittle Bones have been the new band on everyone’s lips. Showing up on lineups alongside Every Time I Die, Norma Jean, Touche Amore and Guttermouth their reputation precedes them for one of the best live performances to come out of Melbourne in years. Prepare to leave covered in sweat, blood, booze or a bruise as the audience becomes an integral part of the set as lead singer Mayjene Tan (ex. Assemble the Empire) climbs across speakers, pillars and heads. You can’t help but be sucked into their gravitational pull of banter, charisma and contagious energy. A punchy mix of dirty southern rock and roll mixed with punk it’s hard to box these young men into a genre that accurately defines their fresh sound. Their first single ‘White Elephant’ was well received, making it onto the airways of Triple J and onto the watch list of the Australian music industry. Their anticipated second single ‘Buried’ was recorded at the highly acclaimed Studio’s In The City after they caught the eye of renowned producer Tom Larkin (Shihad, High Tension, Calling All Cars, Bodyjar) who redefined their sound to give their fans a recording that reflects the energy of their live sets.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

02 Jun 2017

Triple J
35

Fair wallop on this! I'm feeling it.

Fair wallop on this! I'm feeling it.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

29 May 2017

Triple J
40

The strength in this and the energy comes at you so instantly, it just knocks you over. This is exactly what I need in my life.

The strength in this and the energy comes at you so instantly, it just knocks you over. This is exactly what I need in my life.