Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

Ocean Alley, Oasis, Kasabian, DMA's, Circa Waves, Sticky Fingers, King Gizzard and the Lizzard Wizard


band members

Rehn Smith - drums Zac Bunston - keys Alex Brunga - bass Ned Hawkins - vocals Ed Carlisle- lead guitar Charlie Howcroft - rhythm guitar


Influences

Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Oasis, Sticky Fingers, Hockey Dad


Unearthed artists we like

Teenage Dads, PEACH FUR, KINGSWOOD, Swamp


Website

Bio

Thrash around to The Brungas’ gutsy new alt-rock headbanger ‘Fat Snags’.

Entering the overtake lane in seventh gear, ‘Fat Snags’ is an unapologetic heart-rate riser. Driven by the essential psych-rock riff, snarling phone conversation verses, and gangbuster choruses - get ready to send your mate on a crowd surf. The track’s narrative exists in an alternate universe where an alt-rock band experiences several examples of being shafted by music venues via phone call.

‘Fat Snags’ follows a set of releases resulting in huge sell-outs across Melbourne at The Leadbeater Hotel, Revolver Nightclub and The Worker’s Club. Covid permitting, their release will be supported by a launch party and regional Vic / East Coast tour in the summer.

Previous singles have seen support from Spotify editorial playlists, Carlton football club, Triple j Unearthed, RRR, SYN and Casey Beat, as well as a host of other community radio stations. They have also garnered online support via Beat Magazine and Farrago, as well as a slew of other respected publications.

The Brungas will continue to record and release music throughout 2020.

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Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

08 Sep 2020

Triple J
35

Consider the barn well and truly burnt to a crisp after this from The Brungas.

Consider the barn well and truly burnt to a crisp after this from The Brungas.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

07 Sep 2020

Triple J
35

what a fearsome riot this one is with some wild twists and turns.

what a fearsome riot this one is with some wild twists and turns.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

05 Sep 2020

Triple J
35

So about this. Heavy, frank and stupidly good.

So about this. Heavy, frank and stupidly good.