Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

Daughter, Florence + The Machine


band members

Grace Newton-Wordsworth - Vocals, Keys Aaron Birch - Guitar Riley Sutton - Drums Liam Olsen - Bass


Influences

Daughter, Kings of Leon , Florence + The Machine , Angus + Julia Stone, Alabama Shakes, Maggie Rogers , Dizzy, Angie McMahon


Bio

Blending personal lyrics, emotive guitar, ambient synths and booming drums, Joan & The Giants sound is both captivating and powerful.

Joan & The Giants formed in late February, 2019 and have thus far released 4 singles; 'Hold Me' which was nominated for a Western Australian Music Award, 'Cruel' which peaked at #4 on the Australian Amrap charts and 'Wolves' which saw them headline Shinju Matsuri Festival to a crowd of 7,000 and their latest release 'Bloodstream'. The band have also supported artists such as Odette, Arno Faraji, Dulcie, Dan Howls and more.

"Allow yourself to properly meet Joan & The Giants, who are amongst Perth's most exciting acts at the moment." - Pilerats

"The band continue to build themselves as one of the more exciting emerging acts in Aussie music. If you’re not already familiar with this name, we strongly recommend you change that now." - Happy Mag

"This band could be the next thing to blow up" - Tone Deaf

Review

Review by Celline Narinli Celline Narinli

06 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

It's eerily romantic which is totally my brand. The build and drops in instrumentation are thrilling.

It's eerily romantic which is totally my brand. The build and drops in instrumentation are thrilling.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

05 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

injecting this right now!

injecting this right now!

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

26 Feb 2020

Triple J
40

Fans of Middle Kids will melt for this new one from Joan & The Giants. Really pretty songwriting and harmonies. I love the way this track builds with so much ease.

Fans of Middle Kids will melt for this new one from Joan & The Giants. Really pretty songwriting and harmonies. I love the way this track builds with so much ease.