Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

Gang Of Youths, Bombay Bicycle Club, Holy Holy


band members

Fraser Telfer - Vocals/Guitar Campbell Revie - Guitar Dan Rock - Bass Dom Bell - Drums


Influences

Foals, Bombay Bicycle Club, Gang Of Youths, The Rubens


Bio

A feel-good indie four piece based in Melbourne/Geelong, Gymnastics in the Seventies create a unique blend of pop and rock. This is a band that has wasted no time captivating their growing audience in the Victorian indie landscape. Gymies deliver an energetic live show that has led their services to be requested for support slots by national favourites including Northeast Party House, Polish Club, and Hockey Dad.

Since their formation in 2015, Gymnastics in the Seventies have released two EPs. Their 2016 debut, Daylessness was a great success, and their latest effort Too Long is even better. Recorded by Isaac Barter, mixed by Paul Maybury, and released through Gap Tooth Records, will this EP be the one that sees the music world become one big gymnasium?

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

27 Jul 2017

Triple J
40

Great voice and it's got a triumphant finish.

Great voice and it's got a triumphant finish.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

27 Jul 2017

Triple J
40

You've impossibly manipulated the movement of time so that six minutes feels like two. My attention didn't waver for a second, this rules.

You've impossibly manipulated the movement of time so that six minutes feels like two. My attention didn't waver for a second, this rules.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

02 Aug 2016

Triple J
40

Tidy, taut and tasty. Yep, it's the well known, not at all made up Three Ts, you guys.

Tidy, taut and tasty. Yep, it's the well known, not at all made up Three Ts, you guys.