Artist info

Genre

Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Pist Idiots, Bad//Dreems, The Chats, IDLES


band members

Colby Cross, Seth Hancock, Caleb Green, Connor Evans


Influences

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Pist Idiots, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, DZ Deathrays, The Smashing Pumpkins, Bad//Dreems, IDLES


Gig

Leftfield Luxury

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

30 Nov

Spilt Milk Festival

Ballarat, 3350

Ballarat

11:05am

Bio

Rising straight from the grounds of Ballarat, Victoria, four-piece surf-punk garage outfit ‘Leftfield Luxury’, have left a huge mark on their local music scene. Officially forming in 2017, Leftfield Luxury started out by jamming together at their local high school. 2018 saw the release of two anticipated singles, in turn leading to support slots with bands including The Chats, White Blanks, The Southern River Band and GONZO. Inspired from groups including Skegss, IDLES, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Bad//Dreems and Pist Idiots, early 2019 saw the release of their self-titled debut EP. Gaining a growing fanbase from their hit tunes ‘Friday Nights’ and ‘Coffee’, the band continued to solidify their show-etiquette alongside bigger groups, support shows and their very first headliners. 2019 has now become their biggest year yet. With their upcoming single release ‘Fake ID’ on the horizon, as well as winning an opening spot via triple J unearthed for the ALL-AGES tour, with Ruby Fields and Baker Boy, Leftfield Luxury plan to deliver their addictive, high-energy shows to anyone and everyone who gets in their tracks.

https://linktr.ee/leftfieldluxury

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/leftfieldluxury/

Instagram @Leftfieldluxury

Contact: Leftfieldluxury@gmail.com

Unearthed in 2019

All Ages Tour

08 Sep 2019

Winner

Leftfield Luxury

Leftfield Luxury

Here's ya winners!

Touring soon with a Ruby Fields and Baker Boy near you!
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Review

Review by Sally Coleman Sally Coleman

26 Jul 2019

Triple J
35

Rowdy and belligerent. The dystopian first person narrative is a tale of lost identity and subterfuge in the local bottleshop, providing a haunting backdrop for an interrogation of the human condition reminiscent of Atwood or Asimov.

Rowdy and belligerent. The dystopian first person narrative is a tale of lost identity and subterfuge in the local bottleshop, providing a haunting backdrop for an interrogation of the human condition reminiscent of Atwood or Asimov.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

08 Jul 2019

Triple J
35

Keeping my distance but popping my head into to say this is fun and rough and silly and I like it.

Keeping my distance but popping my head into to say this is fun and rough and silly and I like it.