Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


band members

Stefan - Vocals/Guitar Angus - Vocals/Guitar Lachy - Bass Lucille Westbrooke - Drums


Website

Bio

In only their sophomore year, Adelaide’s most cheerful, colour-clad quartet, The Montreals, delivered a flurry of successful singles, consolidating them as a staple in a vibrant and flourishing South Australian music scene. Incorporating sleazy R&B hooks, So-Cal rock, and a dash of disco blended into your favourite smoothie. The stand alone singles ‘deadheads’ and ‘Sardines’ were positively received nationally and internationally, cartwheeling the line between polished and racaus, with the former attracting multiple radio plays on Triple J (Australia) and KCRW (United States). Collectively, their music has clocked over 750,000 streams on Spotify and been consistently added on coveted international playlists including Fresh Finds and Indie Arrivals.

The Montreals’ eclectic style has garnered sold-out support slots with internationally successful acts across a variety of genres, including Duke Dumont, Alpine, North East Party House and Last Dinosaurs. As well as performing at Oh Yes Festival to over 5,000 patrons alongside Pnau, and SAFIA to name a few. Their breadth of audience has allowed the band to develop a devout fanbase which traverses traditional music demographics, nationally and internationally.

After enlisting the services of 123 Agency, these kids are ready to capitalise on their foundation and push themselves into the national spotlight in a breakout 2019.

“It's hard to wrap my head around how songs can still affect me as much as ‘deadheads.’ does.”
- Indie Shuffle.

Review

Review by Nat Tencic Nat Tencic

12 Sep 2018

Triple J
45

A big ol dollop of Glass Animals is really working for you guys.

A big ol dollop of Glass Animals is really working for you guys.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

07 Sep 2018

Triple J
40

A bit of a change of pace for this band who I've come to know as zippy indie pop experts. Still lots of personality on this track but I like how it's all a bit wobbly.

A bit of a change of pace for this band who I've come to know as zippy indie pop experts. Still lots of personality on this track but I like how it's all a bit wobbly.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

03 Sep 2018

Triple J
40

Got a big of gooey-ness to it and it just keeps oozing out. My favourite yet!

Got a big of gooey-ness to it and it just keeps oozing out. My favourite yet!