Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Indie


Sounds like

Royksopp, Little Dragon, Rudimental, London Grammar


band members

Matt Mclean - synths/production/writer
Louise Penman - Vocals/writer
Chris Honey - Guitars/Sampling
Dan Firkin - drums


Influences

Little Dragon, Nine Inch Nails, Experimental, CHVRCHES, Chemical Brothers


Website

www.lilt.com.au

Bio

'... It’s not every night one sees a killer headliner matched so perfectly with a just-hitting-their-moment support act.' - The Guardian, Austra at Perth International Arts Festival

Fronted by songstress Louise Penman, Lilt feature pure, biting vocals and powerful, intimate melodies and Matt Mclean's textural synthetic production at the core of their electronic soul. The pair work in tandem to create moments of vocal fragility and dense clouds of synths colliding with system shaking subs, bass growls, and menacing drums.

Lilt have directly supported the likes of canadian act Austra for Perth International Arts Festival, ARIA dominators Flume and Matt Corby on huge sold out club and outdoor shows, as well as Triple J favourites Mitzi and Snakadaktyl.

Their debut EP 'Swim' (released Sept 2012) exceeded all expectations and gathered rave reviews and accolades, including RTRFM as the Local Feature and heavy rotation, WAM Song of the Year nominations, as well as Drum Media's EP of the Week. The title track has also quietly amassed over 60,000 online plays through soundcloud and youtube alone. Lilt also received Triple J airplay for 'Can't Hear' and 'Winter Sleep Rework' on several programs, including Lunch with Lewi Mckirdy, Sound Lab with Fenella, and featured on the mecca of new Australian music, 'Home and Hosed' with Dom Alessio - a true testament to the diversity, accessiblity and depth of their sound.

Their follow up single 'Take' released 30/9/2013 debuted on Triple J and was supported on Lunch with Lewi, Home and Hosed, and the feature show for new music on JJJ, 2013 with MD Richard Kingsmill - rating Take “4/5. Float away indeed. Both mellow and mesmerising at once'.

Follow up single 'Coming Down' was released 28/2/2014 and is a high energy pop and drum n bass affair with a lean arrangement and catchy hooks, and is already gaining momentum with online blogs and entering nightly rotation on commercial network WA and REDFM.

With a brand new live show, featuring drummer Dan Firkin (Seams) and a VJ/Projectionist receiving rave reviews, Lilt's live set crosses boundaries from beautifully stark and deep electronica, through to high energy drum and bass, whilst retaining their trademark creative, forward thinking textures, compelling arrangements, and engaging, crystalline vocals.

Review

Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

03 Dec 2013

Triple J
40

I might just wra...

I might just wrap myself up in this song.

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Reviewed by Richard Kingsmill Richard Ki...

19 Nov 2013

Triple J
40

Float away indee...

Float away indeed. Both mellow and mesmerising at once.

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Review

Reviewed by Lewi McKirdy Lewi McKirdy

08 Oct 2012

Triple J
40

Monday DID suck ...

Monday DID suck but it's all right again now.

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