Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

The National, Jeff Buckley, Death Cab for Cutie


band members

Jeremy Hunter


Influences

Father John Misty, Radiohead, The National


Website

www.jeremyhuntermusic.com

Bio

Jeremy Hunter built a reputation for being one of Brisbane’s most versatile songwriters. Whether it is the orchestral uplifting songs of Inland Sea, the epic rock ballads of The Bacchanales and Feuds, or the raw melancholy of his two solo EPs, Jeremy has always gone where his muse takes him. In early 2019 he moved south to Adelaide for a fresh start in life and music.

His latest single Garden of Eden is a swirling melancholy epic of guitars, keyboards and harmonies. The lyrics point at some great loss in the past or future than cannot be faced, petitioning the listener to "swim in the wake of the world that you once loved". Hunter says the song was inspired by the current fragile state of the world's ecology and politics, and the paralysis, or outright denial, that many people feel in response to it.

Jeremy’s songwriting has given him the opportunity to share the stage with some of the best acts around - Holy Holy, Passenger, The John Steel Singers, Polish Club, Harts - and to showcase at such festivals as Laneway, The Great Escape Brighton, and Liverpool Sound City.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

09 Aug 2019

Triple J
35

singing about stuff that a lot of people are going to relate to.

singing about stuff that a lot of people are going to relate to.

Review

Review by Gemma Pike Gemma Pike

05 Aug 2019

Triple J
35

There's a Mountain Goats/The Decemberists-esque snappiness to this cute little slice of indie pop. Very nice.

There's a Mountain Goats/The Decemberists-esque snappiness to this cute little slice of indie pop. Very nice.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

14 Jun 2019

Triple J
40

a wintery, moody one to sweep you up.

a wintery, moody one to sweep you up.