Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock, Roots


band members

Connor - Guitar & Vocals Harry - Drums, Percussion and Didgeridoo


Influences

JBT, AC/DC, Stevie Wonder, D-Train, Led Zep


Website

Bio

“LamBros.” are quickly establishing themselves as the Northern Beaches’ newest up-and-comers after releasing their dreamy new tune, “Something Else”. Fusing rock, indie, and pop, the track captures heartache and hope whilst showcasing the brothers’ distinctly unique sound.

Whilst the tune marks a new era for the band, brothers Connor and Harry Lambrou are no strangers to the Australian music scene. After releasing their debut EP to a sellout Metro Lair crowd in 2017, the brothers embarked on a mammoth two-year tour around the country. Featuring Connor on vocals and guitar, and Harry on drums, percussion, Didgeridoo, and backing vocals, they quickly earned a reputation as one of Australia’s most explosive and entertaining emerging live acts. 

“Something Else” marks a milestone development of the “LamBros.” sound, and it comes after a time of reflection and loss allowed Harry and Connor to contemplate the meaning of hope. The track blends Connor’s brooding, but husky vocals, with a building sense of desperation, gradually transforming the initial dreamy vibe into a passionate and raw cry for help, complete with a soaring guitar solo, and crunchy deep bass and drums.

The brother’s had the following words to say about the new tune:
“We wanted to write a song that captures the blind stumble through darkness. The search for 'something else' to grab onto when all seems hopeless. This song is unlike anything we have ever written before, but "Something Else" is just the beginning for us. We are itching to show people what we can do.”

Listen to the new track on Spotify now, and follow “LamBros.” socials for news about upcoming shows.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

04 Oct 2019

Triple J
35

laying it on thick on this one gents! there's some ocean alley about it for sure.

laying it on thick on this one gents! there's some ocean alley about it for sure.