Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop


band members

India Sweeney


Website

Bio

Hailing from the seaside city of Wollongong, India was first introduced to playing music by her grandmother who taught her the art of piano. A versatile artist, India went on to become a classically trained pianist while spending spare time writing songs inspired by the likes of Regina Spektor and Aussie favourites Angus and Julia Stone.

After studying Jazz at university, she formed and played in several bands pushing out both neo-soul and funk persuasions, leading her to the next chapter of her blossoming music career. “I love writing pop because I think it's what I need at this time in my life – something that I can dance to and have fun with.”

Management - Dave Ross:
dave@stoneyroads.com

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

24 Jan 2018

Triple J
40

i heard this floating around the office today and had to catch this butterfly and inspect it closer. it's gorgeous, interesting and tantalising, two and a half mins is not enough.

i heard this floating around the office today and had to catch this butterfly and inspect it closer. it's gorgeous, interesting and tantalising, two and a half mins is not enough.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

19 Dec 2017

Triple J
40

For fans of The Whitest Boy Alive, Slow Dancer or Edward Francis, this is some pristine listening with a hint of groove.

For fans of The Whitest Boy Alive, Slow Dancer or Edward Francis, this is some pristine listening with a hint of groove.

Review

Review by Stephen Goodhew Stephen Goodhew

19 Dec 2017

Triple J
40

From those sea breeze vocals to that smooth as f*** sax line, there's a lot to like about this song.

From those sea breeze vocals to that smooth as f*** sax line, there's a lot to like about this song.