Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


band members

NIK PALLE GEORGE HAMISH


Influences

Arctic Monkeys, Cold Chisel, Thundercat, INXS, Tame Impala, Mildlife , BADBADNOTGOOD


Website

www.deathbydenim.com.au/

Bio

Death by Denim are a four-piece alt-indie formation known for their high energy live shows, versatile song writing and tendency to wear outlandish combinations of denim.

Hailing from Perth’s coastal suburbia, DBD exploded onto the scene in 2016 after earning a converted spot at Southbound Music Festival. Their unique blend of R’n’B, rock and funk has resonated, with the band now selling out venues across Australia.
DBD had a massive year on the road in 2019 - completing three national tours with sold out shows in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane as well as opening Falls Festival Fremantle for triple j Unearthed and playing a set at Falls Byron Bay.

2019 also saw the band release their sophomore EP ‘Year Long Minute’ with breakout single ‘Wiggy’ added to full rotation on triple j, peaking at number 3 most played on the station and taking out a top 50 spot in the Unearthed most played tracks of the year.

Unearthed in 2019

Falls Music And Arts Festival

03 Nov 2019

Winner

Death By Denim

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Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

14 Aug 2020

Triple J
45

Ugh. Ya'll just make it sound so EASY!

Ugh. Ya'll just make it sound so EASY!

Review

Review by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

12 Aug 2020

Triple J
50

Your best track yet. That's a vintage chorus. And I love the little synth lead line throughout.

Your best track yet. That's a vintage chorus. And I love the little synth lead line throughout.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

11 Aug 2020

Triple J
50

Swept up in a Death By Denim lucid dream once again. Rich in flavour and vibrant on the mind. Death By Denim have become that band you want to hear every day.

Swept up in a Death By Denim lucid dream once again. Rich in flavour and vibrant on the mind. Death By Denim have become that band you want to hear every day.