Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Surf Curse, Good Doogs, Hockey Dad, Drunk Mums, Dumb Punts, Skegss, Ty Segall


band members

Bella Luchetti- vocals and guitar Tom Abrahamson- drums and backing vocals


Influences

Hole, Cosmic Psychos, Sublime, The Offspring, Violent Femmes , The Breeders


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Website

Bio

Hailing from the Blue Mountains, garage rock duo comprised of Bella Luchetti and Thomas Abrahamson, are a pocket-rocket upbeat band with influences such as Sublime, Hole, Less Than Jake and Cosmic Psychos. Meeting incidentally mid-2018, the pair forged a tight bond oozing with energy and enthusiasm, resulting in a single release "Runaway" only a short few months after meeting, which lead them to a string of support shows with The Chats and Pist Idiots. After this, the two-piece delved straight back into recording, releasing second ever single "Kicked Out" a few months later, which has gained them national radio attention. With a debut EP set to release around the beginning of June, and a support show for NZ band Miss June shortly after, 2019 is delivering Mimi the Desert Pearl as a fun, juicy treat wrapped in grit, straight to your ear drums.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

18 Jun 2019

Triple J
35

Not a pearl, not from the desert and neither of you are called Mimi but I'mma let those factual inconsistencies slide because this is a rad little garage record. I'm a fan.

Not a pearl, not from the desert and neither of you are called Mimi but I'mma let those factual inconsistencies slide because this is a rad little garage record. I'm a fan.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

06 Jun 2019

Triple J
40

Rounds of punchy guitar in this. It's so angsty. A good song to run away with and forget about all the bad stuff that might be happening in your life.

Rounds of punchy guitar in this. It's so angsty. A good song to run away with and forget about all the bad stuff that might be happening in your life.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

13 May 2019

Triple J
40

Gnarly as. Love the aesthetic and the overall sound. You go in rough on the vocals. I love!

Gnarly as. Love the aesthetic and the overall sound. You go in rough on the vocals. I love!