Artist info

Genre

Rock, Pop


band members

Seán Ainsworth - Vocals & guitar, Jacob McGuffie - Bass, Al Marx - Lead guitar, Justin Olsson - Drums & percussion


Influences

Country & Western , r&b, surf


Unearthed artists we like

Brainsworth, THE GREASERS, DUNE RATS, Little Red


Bio

April 9th will see the release of For You And Me, the first single off the debut album (due in store mid 2011) from Melbourne’s The Fearless Vampire Killers. For You And Me will follow on from the previously released singles Alright Now Honey and Loaded Gun, which both drew love and subsequent airplay from alternative radio across the country. For You And Me is a rollicking surfabilly blues track, recorded in Soundpark Studios. Produced by Lars Stalfors (The Mars Volta) and engineered by Michael Badger, it is the first taste of the band’s anticipated debut LP. To celebrate the release, the band are having a secret house party for hometown fans in Melbourne, there will be free beer, an exclusive screening of the For You And Me film clip, and of course a live set of their finest. Fans must go to Facebook and RSVP to get access to the address details. Sat April 9th HOUSE (secret location close to the #8 tram line) North Carlton VIC Free entry, free beer. For address and time please go to www.facebook.com/thefearlessvampirekillers and RSVP to attend.

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

12 Oct 2012

Triple J
50

This burns with a spaghetti western-like haze, as if the dudes got lost in Monument Valley with some bad peyote and broken spurs on their boots. That's a lot of references so I'll shut up now and just let this tune do the talking.

This burns with a spaghetti western-like haze, as if the dudes got lost in Monument Valley with some bad peyote and broken spurs on their boots. That's a lot of references so I'll shut up now and just let this tune do the talking.

Review

Rosie Beaton

16 Jan 2013

Triple J
40

yeee freakin har - you guys have so much personality in your tunes - now where's my taco?

yeee freakin har - you guys have so much personality in your tunes - now where's my taco?

Review

Reviewed by Al Newstead Al Newstead

08 May 2011

Triple J
30

60's. Sixties. 6-tees. However you wanna put it, this is where these guys want it put. Stoned guitars, howly vocals and fuzzy rhythm section. Did i mention 60's?

60's. Sixties. 6-tees. However you wanna put it, this is where these guys want it put. Stoned guitars, howly vocals and fuzzy rhythm section. Did i mention 60's?