Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

Hunx and His Punx, 5678s, The Shangri-Las, Best Coast , Dum Dum Girls


band members

Nat Martin (Cuthbert & the Nightwalkers) Bec Allen (Catcall) Brendan Walsh (Palms) Nick Franklin (Metal Babies)


Influences

Doo-Wop-Pop, 60s garage, Bubblegum, Ya mum


Bio

We've played with rad bands including: DZ, Bleeding Knees Club, Yacht Club DJs, The Spazzys, Gooch Palms, Jen Cloher/Courtney Barnett and King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard.

We’ve also been lucky enough to have been added to festivals such as Playground Weekender, Newtown Festival & Perth's Rumble In The Underground festival.

We wrote a song called Ding Dong and were made triple J Unearthed Feature artists! Marineville Records in the UK also released a 7” vinyl record of our debut EP.

We got in touch with our inner child and wrote a couple of songs for ABC TV kids show Giggle & Hoot! Owls are cool!

Our sophomore EP ‘Big Bruiser received Brag Magazine’s Album of the Week honor... thanks Brag!

‘Ready To Go’, our new single, is a preview to what will be on our debut album due out next year!!

Review

Rosie Beaton

09 Sep 2014

Triple J
40

super cool to see a new tune from you guys! I'm still swingin from your last tune!

super cool to see a new tune from you guys! I'm still swingin from your last tune!

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

11 Sep 2013

Triple J
40

These guys are back! Like The Shangri-La's playing in the garage next door with beefy, choppy riffs.

These guys are back! Like The Shangri-La's playing in the garage next door with beefy, choppy riffs.

Review

Reviewed by Al Newstead Al Newstead

13 Dec 2011

Triple J
40

Need something to try out your 60s dance moves on? Then I suggest this lo-fi surf-rock performed by three classy lasses. More harmonies please!

Need something to try out your 60s dance moves on? Then I suggest this lo-fi surf-rock performed by three classy lasses. More harmonies please!