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

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 Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

15 Dec 2011

Triple J
40

Yup, pretty much pledging my allegiance to the power of The Fabergettes. All hail these punks.

Yup, pretty much pledging my allegiance to the power of The Fabergettes. All hail these punks.

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!