Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


band members

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


Bio

UPCOMING SHOWS

FEB 27 LASS O'GOWRIE HOTEL - Newcastle
w/ Hot Wings (vic)

MARCH 10 LAST CHANCE ROCK & ROLL BAR, Nth Melbourne. (formerly Public Bar)
w/ Hot Wings, The Sugarcanes, Traumaboys 7 The Dead City Lights (acoustic)

MARCH 12 LASS O'GOWRIE HOTEL - Newcastle
Beach Street Block Party II
w/ heaps of rad bands + art + markets.

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.

Recently, Hey Lady! teamed up with ARIA Nominated Producer Lachlan Mitchell, to record their sophomore EP at Jungle Studios.

Hey Lady! have just released their latest single ‘My Head, My Heart’, which is taken from their sophomore EP, released in September 2014.

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

Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

02 Nov 2012

Triple J
30

Lots of great elements in this tune. Gonna keep my eyes and ears on this band.

Lots of great elements in this tune. Gonna keep my eyes and ears on this band.

Review

Reviewed by Dan Buhagiar Dan Buhagiar

22 May 2012

Triple J
40

I've seen these guys play live and personally prefer their more rockin' up-beat numbers - but this still has plenty of promise. Moody vocals, ominous guitar lines and a really big sound coming out of 2 talented ladies. I'll be watching with interest for the rest of the debut ep.

I've seen these guys play live and personally prefer their more rockin' up-beat numbers - but this still has plenty of promise. Moody vocals, ominous guitar lines and a really big sound coming out of 2 talented ladies. I'll be watching with interest for the rest of the debut ep.