Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

Smashing Pumpkins, Nothing But Thieves, The National, Interpol, Bloc Party, Asgeir, David Gray, Radiohead, Bon Iver, Explosions in the sky, Jeff Buckley, The Smiths, Damien Rice, Ben Howard, Midlake, Rex Orange County, The War On Drugs, Bombay Bicycle Club, Sun Kil Moon, Whitney


band members

Niall White & Nick Ruberg & Boris Thorpe & John Coyne


Website

littlenapier.bandcamp.com

Bio

Since going missing on the way back from the bottle-o in early 2014, Little Napier have taken time to redevelop their relationship with music and have accumulated a wealth of material in the process. 7 years on from the first, their sophomore EP ‘After All’ is to be released in 2020 and is a culmination of the band’s weathered history.

Since reforming with a new lineup in 2018, the band has formed a solid working connection with renowned producer Dylan Adams (Sticky Fingers, DMA's, Skegss) and have hand picked four of their favourite tracks to summarise the band's new direction and propel them into 2020.

2019 saw the band reestablish themselves on the scene and was highlighted by an east coast tour with mates Dress Theque and notable sets on Botany view hotel's King St crawl lineup, the hose down festival's rfs fundraiser and mad fer it promotions 'slip inside this house' minifest.

They will be launching their 2020 'After All' EP at their SOLD OUT show at The Chippo Hotel on October 17th

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

16 Oct 2020

Triple J
40

How good is it to wake up to the sun beaming through your window and not your phone alarm? This is what this track feels like; warm and giving life - totally natural.

How good is it to wake up to the sun beaming through your window and not your phone alarm? This is what this track feels like; warm and giving life - totally natural.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

12 May 2020

Triple J
35

Little Napier showing off some impressive moves with this one. There are hallmarks of your favourite indie folk rousers here (The Middle East, Mumford & Sons) but to me it feels a bit more muscular in approach.

Little Napier showing off some impressive moves with this one. There are hallmarks of your favourite indie folk rousers here (The Middle East, Mumford & Sons) but to me it feels a bit more muscular in approach.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

07 Dec 2018

Triple J
35

it's a pensive and endearing one from little napier.

it's a pensive and endearing one from little napier.