Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Sam Cooke, The Monkees, Johnny Rivers


band members

Jeremy Neale - Guitar / Vox, Liam Campbell - Guitar, Jacob Knauth / James Wright - Drums, Adrian Price - Bass, Izzy Mellor - Keys / Vox, Sam O'Brien / Seamus Albion - Saxophone.


Influences

The Zombies, Sam Cooke, Spandau Ballet


Bio

Jeremy's success in 2016 hasn't just been in the public eye. Not that his ascendance to the top spot for the Google Image search term “Man In Skivvy" ahead of rivals Kanye West, James Bond and The Blue Wiggle isn’t a big deal. Nor should his assisting up-and-coming hip hop star Jeromeo and his charity single “Party! (Everybody In My Neighbourhood)” be ignored or downplayed—but to be honest what’s been really important this year has been Jeremy’s triumphs off the music battlefield.

After the release of his 2015 EP “Let Me Go Out In Style” and the subsequent national tour - J Neale went in the pursuit of balance. He finally found a job that he enjoyed, started doing yoga again and worked away on his debut album one day per week with his producer pal Miro Mackie.

Surely working for the man is the opposite of what it is to be successful in the music business? Wrong. Ish. You see it means Jeremy can do things on his own terms now. Like this very bio, written entirely in third person by Jeremy himself. That's true freedom. The thing is, though…he's about to be back in a big way. His comeback single is only a few months away and his debut album is out in late 2k16. Yes, just as the prophecy had foretold.

Unearthed in 2013

Laneway Festival

09 Dec 2012

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Jeremy Neale

Jeremy Neale

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Review

Reviewed by Nick Findlay Nick Findlay

12 Nov 2012

Triple J
40

Jeremy is breaking hearts again, and by the sound of it getting his own heart broken along the way. This Brisbane crooner keeps upping the game with his nu-Rock n Roll-meets-Northern Soul sound. Diggin it.

Jeremy is breaking hearts again, and by the sound of it getting his own heart broken along the way. This Brisbane crooner keeps upping the game with his nu-Rock n Roll-meets-Northern Soul sound. Diggin it.

Review

Reviewed by Dan Buhagiar Dan Buhagiar

14 Nov 2012

Triple J
50

Really love the warm fuzzy retro production on this. It adds an extra dimension to this classic indie pop song.

Really love the warm fuzzy retro production on this. It adds an extra dimension to this classic indie pop song.

Review

Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

15 Mar 2013

Triple J
50

Everything this man touches seems to turn to gold. Or, more accurately, fuzzed-out, lo-fi pop gold.

Everything this man touches seems to turn to gold. Or, more accurately, fuzzed-out, lo-fi pop gold.