Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

The Cranberries, Jebediah, Sleater Kinney, Queens of the Stone Age, Smashing Pumpkins


band members

Lauren - electric guitar and yelling; Luke - bass and yelling; Tina - drums


Influences

Red Aunts, Sleater Kinney, DZ Deathrays, Camp Cope


Bio

Face Face are three Melbourne mates serving up indie-rock for nostalgic 90s kids. After 2 years of playing shows, they've finally released their debut self-titled album, which is littered with catchy punk choruses, shoegazey melodies and plenty of tasteful screaming.

"Frontwoman Lauren Perkins anchors these sonics in emotional heft, venting a muddled mass of anxiety, sharp observation and vulnerability." - Rabbit Radio

Face Face was featured in PBS's top ten weekly releases and is available now on all major streaming services and from faceface.bandcamp.com

TOURING THIS JANUARY
Jan 18 - Bloodhound Bar, Brisbane
Jan 19 - Old Bar, Melbourne
Jan 25 - Transit Bar, Canberra
Jan 26 - Crown & Anchor, Adelaide
Jan 27 - New Tattersalls Hotel, Lismore

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

19 Jan 2018

Triple J
45

I've listened to this about 10 times, and I'm just in awe of it. I love this so much. 90's nostalgic rock... It's punky, honest, with an 'I know exactly what I want' attitude.

I've listened to this about 10 times, and I'm just in awe of it. I love this so much. 90's nostalgic rock... It's punky, honest, with an 'I know exactly what I want' attitude.

Review

Review by Dave McCarthy Dave McCarthy

12 Jan 2018

Super Reviewer
50

This is your best yet and it is absolutely brilliant.

This is your best yet and it is absolutely brilliant.

Review

Review by Jana Angeles Jana Angeles

24 Nov 2017

40

It's like I'm listening to The Cranberries. The screaming and the lo-fi instrumentals are just bloody fantastic.

It's like I'm listening to The Cranberries. The screaming and the lo-fi instrumentals are just bloody fantastic.