Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


band members

Jess Moxey - Guitar and Vox Stef Threadgate - Drums and Back up Vox


Bio

UPCOMING SHOWS

DECEMBER 17 TOWN HALL HOTEL Sydney
DECEMBER 22 LASS O'GOWRIE HOTEL Newcastle supporting FEAR LIKE US
APRIL 14 YOUNG HENRY'S Sydney (more deets to come)

Currently knuckling down on our next release, due early 2018

Newcastle based Alt-Rockers, Hey Lady! are two piece babes, who mash their polar opposite influences into killer tunes.

Beautiful yet edgy female vocal hooks, innovative guitar work, and massive drums, are gracefully woven together to conjure the signature siren songs of Hey Lady!

Since forming in late 2011, the dynamic duo have captured hearts and minds throughout their local scene, receiving radio play on Triple J, as well as gracing stages locally and interstate with the likes of Jebediah, Kingswood, Calling All Cars, Adalita, The Superjesus, Davey Lane, Money for Rope, Abbe May, The Hard Aches just to name a few.

Hey Lady! teamed up with ARIA Nominated Producer Lachlan Mitchell, to record their sophomore EP 'My Head, My Heart' at Jungle Studios and are currently working on their third EP.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

01 Sep 2014

Triple J
40

Jess and Stef kick some real butt on this new tune. It's got a nice assertiveness and doesn't let up for three excellent minutes.

Jess and Stef kick some real butt on this new tune. It's got a nice assertiveness and doesn't let up for three excellent minutes.

Review

Review by Cash Cash

30 Jan 2018

50

Killer track, super catchy and dark vibes. Love it!

Killer track, super catchy and dark vibes. Love it!

Review

Review of One Way Door by Hey Lady! Johnny Rock

23 Feb 2017

40

If you need the soundtrack to a movie about vampires who are cool and smooth as f@&k and not sparkly then this would definitely be it. Dark, brooding but with just enough teenage angst and cool to rock the hell out of a horror teen flicks opening scenes.

If you need the soundtrack to a movie about vampires who are cool and smooth as f@&k and not sparkly then this would definitely be it. Dark, brooding but with just enough teenage angst and cool to rock the hell out of a horror teen flicks opening scenes.