Turin Brakes, Young The Giant, The Temper Trap
Ed Saloman Nick Ingall Karl Fernandes Jack O' Donnell Jack Kiddell
Teebs, Hiatus Kaiyote, Bonobo, Bombay Bicycle Club, Foals, Macabees
Bubbling at the top of tastemakers’ lists since 2010, Louis London have continued to
recruit fans and critics each step of their journey. Now standing on the precipice of
their next release, and on the back of an interstate tour, the Sydney 5-piece are
armed with a cavalry of sound.The story of Louis London rightfully begins on-stage, but in the form of young rivalbands on the battlefield of Sydney’s live music scene. It might not have been harmonious, nor love at first sight, but a raw talent and drive made the perfect foil for one another. That is until the inevitable occurred – rivals become allies, musical weapons were laid down, and Louis London was born. Their debut EP, 'On Your Lips We Roared' was a solid introduction to the music scene, proving their ability to cross genres and musical ideas, which took them on the road to build a solid and devoted fanbase. During this time their live show grew into a beast unto itself, since selling out their debut EP launch at Spectrum, the band went on to support an array of diversified Aussie talent from the likes of Hunting Grounds to Rüfüs. The story continued to build in 2013 with the release of singles 'This Night Time' and most recently, 'We’re Not Alone', which was added to triple j rotation in its first week of release. The band have since taken centre stage with their latest EP release, aptly titled 'The Big Deep', a culmination of energies, produced by both Lachlan Mitchell (The Jezabels) and Nathan Sheehy (Dune Rats) at Sydney’s Jungle Studios. Louis London has come along way from schoolboys rivals. The 4-track EP draws from an overwhelming number of influences and embodies the natural progression of a band who have matured as artists, performers and songwriters.
23 Oct 2013
Yeah this my fav...
Yeah this my favourite one yet from team Louis London. Doesn't push too hard to be big, just gets there on the strength of the songwriting and those great melted guitars.