Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

London Grammar, Aurora, Florence and the Machine, The XX.


band members

Adam Beath, Dave Gillan, Sophie Officer. Live support from Alex Gooding & James Mackey.


Influences

Bonobo, Zero 7, Dave Gilmour, Fleetwood Mac, seriously too many between the 3 of us!!


Website

www.fakesibling.com

Bio

Fake Sibling are back with thier inspiring new song,
‘Despondent’ to soundtrack your Sunday morning soul searching, candle lit
baths and nocturnal musing.
Fake Sibling’s music can be described as ‘dream pop’ or ‘electronic chill’,
with influences from the likes of Pink Floyd and Fleetwood Mac through to
Bonobo and Portishead.
Seamlessly fusing a harmony of uplifting and melancholy, the Melbourne trio
infuse star-seasoned soundscapes and intricately woven percussive
tapestries, undulating across their trademark smooth riffing bass lines and
blissed out beats.
Effortlessly shot through with glimmers of guitar melodies, the bright light of
Sophie Officer’s celestial vocals dance among precise production to earn
them comparisons to The XX, Bonobo and London Grammar.
Adam Beath, Dave Gillan and Sophie Officer draw on years of stage and
studio expertise between them, which radiates out of each song and spirited
performance. Their musical relationship has flourished over the 18 months
they’ve been together, deepening a creative and playful connection as ‘Fake
Sibling’.
With their new single—Despondent—and an EP projected for release in early 2018, Fake Sibling are ready to take you on a journey of effervescent electronica, painted with the graceful
brushstrokes of introspection, to reach out to something beautiful within.
Look forward to seeing the trio hitting stages across Australia in a truly
captivating performance that will warm the coldest night.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

18 Oct 2017

Triple J
35

Vocal is thick with LDR brooding. You won't hear me complaining.

Vocal is thick with LDR brooding. You won't hear me complaining.

Review

Review of Bring Me Here by Fake Sibling Nat Tencic

28 Feb 2017

Triple J
35

The London Grammar influence is strong but you are putting a more earthy twist on it and I like that.

The London Grammar influence is strong but you are putting a more earthy twist on it and I like that.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

23 Feb 2017

Triple J
40

love the organic percussion with the holiest of holy spirited vocals.

love the organic percussion with the holiest of holy spirited vocals.