Indie, Rock, Roots
Skeggs, Paul Kelly, Jimmy Hendrix, Pearl Jam, The Drones, Rage Against the Machine
Harry Peterson Banjo Hayes
Paul Kelly, Rage Against the Machine, Led Zepplin, Violent Soho, Hockey Dad, Skeggs,
Originating on the Northern Beaches of the Mid North Coast, "The Fingerz" have a raw, punchy sound that energies the crowd. The boys are a dynamic two piece consisting of Harry Peterson, 16 on guitar & vocals and Banjo Hayes, 14 on drums & vocals.
Their music has been described as the love child of Paul Kelly and The Sex Pistols. The Fingerz not only hook people with their music but also charm fans with their large personalities and onstage presence.
The Fingerz released their first single "Wet Weather" earlier this year to all music stores across the world. They are currently working on their first EP "Slice of Paradise". Recording their first single has helped them mature their sound and grow their dynamic connection. They have just released their second single “Sandcastle Lady”, which has that distinctive beach vibe.
The Fingerz band is enlarged by their youth and their unmistakeable performance. Their style of music is unique and shows variety and depth but also has the same unforgettable sound.
Influenced by a wide range of artists, including: Paul Kelly, Pearl Jam Led Zepplin and Rage Against the Machine. With recent influences such as Royal Blood & Hockey Dad.
The boys have played many gigs in their short career, varying from Harry's sister's 18th Birthday Party to an international gig in Bali at Single Fin Bar, and everything in between, including many pub gigs, festivals and competitions.
They are fresh from playing the biggest gig of their lives electrifying the stage at the Band Together for Tathra benefit concert to a crowd more than 3000 people and sharing the main stage with rock royalty The Hoodoo Gurus.
This is a band that knows how to entertain. According to Coastbeat magazine, "The duo simply wants to rock out on stage and make everyone happy." Together, The Fingerz have a powerful stage chemistry.