Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Peter White - Vocals Tom Baird - Guitar Sam Baird - Guitar Brayden Leske - Bass Matt Crago - Drums


Influences

Adelaide, Jeff Buckley, The National, Holy Holy, Local Natives, Big Scary, Real Estate, Bon Iver


Website

www.lostwoodsmusic.com

Bio

Indie rock five piece from Adelaide. Imagine Jeff Buckley fronting an indie rock band from the early 90's played by The National. We're nothing like that but that'd be pretty good.

http://www.lostwoodsmusic.com
Instagram/Twitter: @lostwoodsmusic
Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/lostwoodsmusic
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/lostwoodsmusic
Bandcamp: https://lostwoodsmusic.bandcamp.com

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

14 Nov 2016

Triple J
40

Hooly dooly I have NO idea how to pronounce this track but I reckon it's my favourite from you guys so far. Those guitars are so niceee and fulllll in my headphones but if I'm being picky, I think it went a bit overboard with the two solos (3:07 & 3:55) - I think you only needed the second one. Otherwise, soaring stuff and Pete your vocals are actually so messed up. So good.

Hooly dooly I have NO idea how to pronounce this track but I reckon it's my favourite from you guys so far. Those guitars are so niceee and fulllll in my headphones but if I'm being picky, I think it went a bit overboard with the two solos (3:07 & 3:55) - I think you only needed the second one. Otherwise, soaring stuff and Pete your vocals are actually so messed up. So good.

Review

Review by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

05 Aug 2016

Triple J
35

Big sound and soaring chorus, nice one!

Big sound and soaring chorus, nice one!

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

01 Aug 2016

Triple J
40

Pete, can't help but liken your vocals here to that of Conor Mason (Nothing But Thieves). That soaring falsetto in the chorus is fantastic. Really enjoying the heavy guitars throughout too. Great work.

Pete, can't help but liken your vocals here to that of Conor Mason (Nothing But Thieves). That soaring falsetto in the chorus is fantastic. Really enjoying the heavy guitars throughout too. Great work.