Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Finn Cameron - Vocals Harry Nathan - Bass Jack Paech - Guitar/Vocals Jess Day - Guitar Liam Dawe - Drums


Website

Bio

The heart that Glowing wears on its sleeve beats to a universal rhythm. It captures the unapologetic essence of punk just as assuredly as it mirrors the stylings of early-2000s indie and pop, and as it continues its steady cadence, it picks up traces of everything in between.

Finn, Liam, Jess, Jack and Harry write music with the sole intention of communicating an energy as infectious as it is unabashedly demanding of your attention – and so far it’d be impossible to argue they haven’t succeeded. In a little under a year, the band have cemented a presence strong enough to build a community around, sharing stages with acts like Gyroscope, TOWNS, The Montreals, and Pinkish Blu. Along the way they’ve gathered together a passionate local fanbase that seems ready to spill across state lines, oceans and cultural borders.

Their third single, ‘Cameo’, was released on March 14th. It acts as the beginning of a new chapter for the band – a bridge between the naïve explorations of ‘Spit Take’ and ‘Cloud’, and a more refined, mature sound; a sound that synthesises a patchwork of far-reaching influences, and (if you’ll pardon the pun) boldly illuminates the creative identities of all 5 members. ‘Cameo’ itself is a cerebral, heady expression of relationship angst, weaving fluently between jazz and frenetic alt-rock anthem.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

17 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

What a busy dust up of a track! Glowing don't let up for these two and a half minutes.

What a busy dust up of a track! Glowing don't let up for these two and a half minutes.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

12 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

The way this track cuts through is so excellent. It kicks off blasting, it's punchy, anthemic, the kinda song you just wanna let loose to and I'm in love with those guitar lines. Sick one guys!

The way this track cuts through is so excellent. It kicks off blasting, it's punchy, anthemic, the kinda song you just wanna let loose to and I'm in love with those guitar lines. Sick one guys!

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

27 Feb 2020

Triple J
40

bursting with life, i can see people moshing wildly to this. an unexpected ending too so points for that.

bursting with life, i can see people moshing wildly to this. an unexpected ending too so points for that.