Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Matt, Trent, Harley, Justin & Mitch.


Influences

HOLY HOLY, Boy & Bear, Passion Pit, Matt Corby


Unearthed artists we like

PANAMA, I Know The Chief, Winterbourne


Bio

After somewhat of a hiatus from the recording studio, an injection of band members and with fresh appetite for everything loud, Hunting Season are back, returning to the airwaves with their second EP – Lost Forever. With a sound that smashes together folk songwriting, rock’n’roll influences and disco drumming the pop-rock-folk result is something dance-y yet traditional. Think spiced rum with a wedge of lime.

With the band playing throughout Melbourne for the past few years they have managed to share bills with talented acts such as The Pierce Brothers, Jakubi, APES, The McQueens and I Know the Chief...lovin' every single sweaty minute of it.

Lost Forever is the title track to the band's second EP, which is being launched at Shadow Electric Bandroom in Abbotsford VIC on 29.08.15 with good mates REIKA and JP Klipspringer supporting. Recorded and produced by Daniel Kelaart (The Paper Kites, Michael Paynter) of Grafete Studios in Melbourne.

Upcoming Gigs;

29.08 'Hunting Season Lost Forever EP Launch' @ Shadow Electric, Abbotsford VIC w/ REIKA + JP Klipspringer

18.09 'Remain Music Festival' @ Belgrave Heights Convention Centre

16.10 'Magic Truffle Music Festival' in Collingwood VIC

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

23 Oct 2015

Triple J
40

Firstly, loved the EP launch at Shadow Electric back in August, very fun times. I'm getting slight HOLY HOLY vibes in this track but a much softer take particularly on the vocals. It's very easy to listen to, digging the overall ambience!

Firstly, loved the EP launch at Shadow Electric back in August, very fun times. I'm getting slight HOLY HOLY vibes in this track but a much softer take particularly on the vocals. It's very easy to listen to, digging the overall ambience!

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

01 Jul 2015

Triple J
35

A really strong hook, and a bit more. It's a shame you don't go back to the bouncy synth at the start but there's heaps of great ideas from start to finish. More pls!

A really strong hook, and a bit more. It's a shame you don't go back to the bouncy synth at the start but there's heaps of great ideas from start to finish. More pls!