Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Foals, Two Door Cinema Club, The War on Drugs, Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Jungle Giants


band members

Alex Gray, Josh Fahy, Malachi Hurley, Dooley Whitton, Hamish Starr and Oliver Critchley


Website

Bio

With the release of Good Lekker's debut EP 'Samsara', the 6 piece are quickly showing their promise as one of the country’s most exciting up-and-coming acts.
In April 2017, a promise to jam over a case of beer lead to Good Lekker emerging from a uni storeroom for the first time. Over 12 months on and the band have become local favourites and developed an energetic live show that is loaded with catchy hooks, thick psych vibes and gritty vocals. With just a handful of released, the band have already clocked up a run of sold-out launches, and have supported the likes of Boo Seeka, Babe Rainbow, Verge Collection, Castlecomer and Gold Member. In their relatively short career thus far, the band have also appeared at festivals such as Sweaty Palms,
Yours & Owls Festival, FKA Festival, Party in the Paddock and Yours & Owls hosted Garden Party, and racked up spins on triple j with previous single ‘What I Used To Know.’

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

24 Jun 2021

Triple J
40

Somewhere between say... everything everything and lime cordiale, is this song from Good Lekker. I particularly love the honest lyricism, true to the experience of a musician wrestling with their place

Somewhere between say... everything everything and lime cordiale, is this song from Good Lekker. I particularly love the honest lyricism, true to the experience of a musician wrestling with their place

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

11 Jun 2021

Triple J
40

good lekker are behind the wheel and the gear switches have never felt so smooth. love the push pull on this one guys!

good lekker are behind the wheel and the gear switches have never felt so smooth. love the push pull on this one guys!

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

08 Jun 2021

Triple J
40

Good Lekker looked at the calendar and decided that 2021 would be the year they went to the next level. I'm loving the pulse here - it's a little more urgent than some of the band's fellow NSW South Coast contemporaries.

Good Lekker looked at the calendar and decided that 2021 would be the year they went to the next level. I'm loving the pulse here - it's a little more urgent than some of the band's fellow NSW South Coast contemporaries.