Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

The Strokes , Nirvana, Surf Curse, Violent Soho, Hockey Dad, Wavves


band members

Jovi Brook Trent Courtenay Sean Foster Jamie Brook


Website

www.concretesurfers.co/

Gig

CONCRETE SURFERS

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

8 May

Marlborough Hotel

Sydney, 2042

Sydney

8:00pm

Gig

CONCRETE SURFERS

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

9 May

North Gong Hotel

Illawarra, 2500

Wollongong

4:00pm

Gig

CONCRETE SURFERS

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

20 May

Leadbeater Hotel

Melbourne, 3121

Melbourne

8:00pm

Bio

Concrete Surfers are a Brisbane band to the core, creating a voice to challenge societal norms through forward thinking lyrics combined with hard hitting instrumentation.
Made up of Brothers Jovi & Jamie Brook (vocals, guitar and drums respectively) with mates Sean Foster (lead guitar) and Trent Courtenay (bass) combine their influences together to create a unique blend of garage-rock and pop. Their distinctive sound and energetic live performance have created a fast-moving trajectory for the group of four.

Fresh off the back of a packed out set at Falls festival over the 2020 new year, Concrete Surfers are currently gearing up to release their first single of the year, ‘Never Understood’. The track was produced by Fletcher Matthews (Dear Seattle, Sweater Curse, CLEWS, Fritz) who managed to showcase a step towards the band’s ever-maturing song writing and fully developed sound.

Upon the release of their sophomore EP My Life on Repeat, Concrete Surfers have sold out hometown shows and have supported heavyweights like Royal Blood (UK), The Cribs (UK), The Jungle Giants, Ruby Fields, WAAX, Ocean Alley, The Gooch Palms and more. Concrete Surfers were invited to join the 2019 BIGSOUND line up and packed out their official showcase venues with raving reviews across the board. The Music have labelled Concrete Surfers as “One of the best rock bands to come out of Queensland in recent memory” and after the packed-out live performances of late, it’s clear that there is no sign of slowing down this wave.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

27 Apr 2021

Triple J
40

Great to have Concrete Surfers back with a new ripper track. They alternate between tight players and reckless performers.

Great to have Concrete Surfers back with a new ripper track. They alternate between tight players and reckless performers.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

21 Apr 2021

Triple J
40

i'd be in the front row for this one, but i'd also be shaking in my boots just a little as you hit that extra ferocity and blood in the throat level passion. another belter from concrete surfers!

i'd be in the front row for this one, but i'd also be shaking in my boots just a little as you hit that extra ferocity and blood in the throat level passion. another belter from concrete surfers!

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

04 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

When you put a track on repeat after first listen you know it's a good one. This is killer and i never want that chorus to leave my head.

When you put a track on repeat after first listen you know it's a good one. This is killer and i never want that chorus to leave my head.