Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

The Mountain Goats, Broken Social Scene, Cass McCombs


band members

Jayke, George, Mariano, Karl.


Influences

Destroyer, Bright Eyes, Frog Eyes, Mount Eerie


Unearthed artists we like

Venus Court, Summer Blanket


Website

headclouds.bandcamp.com

Bio

Head Clouds is a 4 piece band originally from the Gold Coast, now based in Melbourne. Comprised of Jayke Maddison, George Carpenter, Mariano Trevino & Karl S. Williams; they make indie rock in the vein of lyric-conscious seminaries of the last few decades such as Bright Eyes, the Mountain Goats & Cass McCombs.

They released their debut album in 2014, 'Up On Hellfire Ridge', from which second single 'Admission Slip' gained traction on various music blogs such as Canada's HillyDilly.com. 'EP' released in the following year also gave some additional exposure for the group, primarily through single 'Clothed & Unclothed' on Triple J & RRR.

'Black Ribbon' is the band's latest single which sees them expand & solidify their brand of emotive and highly melodic indie rock.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

11 May 2016

Triple J
40

that americana influence rings true on this one and the melodies are bonza too! i really loved clothed and unclothed and this is definitely a solid follow up.

that americana influence rings true on this one and the melodies are bonza too! i really loved clothed and unclothed and this is definitely a solid follow up.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

22 Sep 2015

Triple J
40

i heard this and i liked it. then i heard it again in headphones much louder and now i really like it. the energy and mood are just spot on and those guitars have a beautiful, subtle catchiness to them.

i heard this and i liked it. then i heard it again in headphones much louder and now i really like it. the energy and mood are just spot on and those guitars have a beautiful, subtle catchiness to them.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

22 Sep 2015

Triple J
40

Follow the tangly wires of this song and you'll hear something pretty fucken great.

Follow the tangly wires of this song and you'll hear something pretty fucken great.