Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Roots


band members

Brad Ellis, Pia Nesvara, Matt Dixon, Tyler Campbell, Olaf Scott, Jarrad Brown


Bio

The Hunter Express is an Australian band from Melbourne, formed in 2016 by singer and songwriter Bradley Ellis.

'Bad Line' is the second single to be lifted from the record. The song reflects the struggle that someone goes through when communication starts to break down between that someone you love. Trying to stay in contact, but destined to keep dropping out and away from one another.

Currently, the lineup also includes guitarist Matt Dixon, bassist Jarrad Brown, percussionist Tyler Campbell, vocalist Pia Nesvara and pianist Olaf Scott. Releases include, Bluestone Lane EP (2017) and The Hunter Express Self-titled Album(2018).

The band is releasing their second studio album "Should Have Come On Sunday" September 6, 2019 through independent label Ground Records.

'Should Have Come On Sunday' has already travelled far and wide. After recording the songs at Newmarket Studios, Ellis had the opportunity to mix in Santa Monica LA, at Fourth St Studios with Callum Barter, before being mastered by John Davis from Metropolis Mastering in the U.K.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

24 Jun 2019

Triple J
40

Yep! This fits right like your favourite leather jacket; worn and familiar.

Yep! This fits right like your favourite leather jacket; worn and familiar.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

21 Jun 2019

Triple J
45

heard this out of the blue and it's pretty spesh. what a song! the obvious comparison is to angus & julia and if you're a fan of them then this will totally consume you.

heard this out of the blue and it's pretty spesh. what a song! the obvious comparison is to angus & julia and if you're a fan of them then this will totally consume you.