Indie, Pop, Rock
Modest Mouse, Fatih No More, Interpol, Bloc Party, Talking Heads
Michael Strong - vocals/guitar, Andy Bartlett - keys/vocals, Matt Berghuis - bass/vocals, Mark Neal - guitar/vocals, Mick Colangelo - drums
Beck, XTC, Cut Copy, Aphex Twin, Stone Temple Pilots
Unearthed artists we like
FAIT ACCOMPLI, Minute 36, Felicity Groom, The Autumn Isles, The Spitfires, Heytesburg, SECOND WINTER, Emperors, Sidewalk Diamonds, The Silent World, Mezzanine, Call Collector, Funilingus, Dexter Jones, Russian Winters
It’s been four years and several bouts of depression in the making, but Perth 90s infused alt-rock outfit The Disappointed have (finally) finished their first album.
Formed in 2012 from the offshoots of other WA bands, a group of misfit toys coming together Power Ranger style into a giant beast of jostling vibes.
They grew together through three EP’s, ‘Stranger’ in 2013, ‘Weird Peace’ in 2014, and ‘Disappear’ in 2017. They toured nationally a few times, did some support shows playing with The Matches, Tired Lion, John Toogood of Shihad, and even ventured as far as Singapore to play a beer festival.
Then like many musical journeys before them, they retreated to a studio and started trying to tackle the ambitious first album.
It didn’t go well... hours of songs and ideas written, rehearsed, demo’d and... then... trashed.
Months, weeks and over a year spent in close quarters rehearsing in divey studios writing song after song. After all that work and money spent, these five (almost) middle aged humans found a happy middle ground. They stopped trying to be a working band and started to enjoy the process - then songs started to get good.
Enter ESCAPISM, the 90s and 80s sandwich that screams Radiohead alongside a heavy dose of KISS and XTC. A massive, lush anthem to reintroduce The Disappointed to the world.
Find A Rope finds The Disappointed heavier than ever, smothered in that self aware
self loathing that suffocates a generation of dirt poor entrepreneurs. Lifted from
Disappear, the five piece's intense upcoming third EP, you might hear some Faith No
More and Modest Mouse in there.
Bookings and Management
Mark Neal / email@example.com