Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Will Fletcher - vocals/guitar Alex Crosara - guitar Fintan Bradley - synthesizer Jack Davies - bass Luke Haaja - drums


Influences

Grizzly Bear, Radiohead, Ariel Pink, Iron Maiden


Website

murmurmur.com

Bio

murmurmur (pronounced mer-mer-mer) was born in February 2017 when Will Fletcher stumbled across the idiosyncratic guitar riff that provides the defining moment in “I Can’t Stop Thinking About All The Time It's Taken From You”. Fletcher was soon joined by Alex Crosara (guitar), Fintan Bradley (synthesiser), Jack Davies (bass) and Luke Haaja (drums), who helped to bring his prog/psych-pop odysseys to life. Across the four songs that comprise murmurmur’s debut self-titled EP (produced by Oscar Dawson of Holy Holy), Fletcher’s haunting, emotive vocal blends with guitar hooks that sink into the recesses of your mind and stay there. There is an urgency to murmurmur’s soundscapes - they sound like a time and place you’re not aware of but which you’re desperate to find.

Bookings: Bec Young - rebecca@collectiveartists.com.au
Management: Jack Bourke - jack@blmn.co

Unearthed in 2018

Beyond The Valley

26 Nov 2018

Winner

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Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

06 Nov 2018

Triple J
45

there's some godzilla sized riffs in here, except everyone's running towards murmurmur wanting to be swallowed whole.

there's some godzilla sized riffs in here, except everyone's running towards murmurmur wanting to be swallowed whole.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

18 Oct 2018

Triple J
45

Builds with momentum that bursts with psychy flavour and gooey goodness. This band is great. Keen to see the live show!

Builds with momentum that bursts with psychy flavour and gooey goodness. This band is great. Keen to see the live show!

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

11 Oct 2018

Triple J
40

One of my least preferred spreads but ya'll are using just the right amount of zest and fuzz to make this quite appealing!

One of my least preferred spreads but ya'll are using just the right amount of zest and fuzz to make this quite appealing!