Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Sonic Youth, The Cure


band members

Jackson (ul) Phillips Ashton (Alkaline) Anderson Noah (Noah Osmond) Osmond


Influences

Sonic Youth, The Cure, Goon Wizarrd, My Bloody Valentine


Unearthed artists we like

Horror My Friend, Goon Wizarrd, Paradise Club, SIAMESE


Bio

Emerging from the hills of Adelaide in 2018, Oopsie Daisy have continually captivated audiences and listeners with their post-punk numbers. Oopsie’s debut EP ‘Spooky Coaster’ received widespread acclaim, with the lead single ‘Horror Comedy’ securing plays on Triple J, Radio Adelaide, and Three D Radio. Since their debut release, Oopsie have supported the likes of Foam (WA), Good Morning (VIC), Sunscreen (NSW), Towns, Siamese, Paradise Club, and many more. Whilst they continue to break new ground with their energetic live shows, Oopsie Daisy look to further embed themselves firmly within the now with their new single, ‘Grouchland’.

‘Grouchland’ is the first single from their new EP titled, ‘Tomorrow’s Cyclops’, which is due out via Swirl Records. Taking inspiration from 80’s new-wave and post-punk bands such as Lowlife and The Cure, Oopsie Daisy have manufactured their own unique sound through their distinctive vocal prowess and unorthodox rhythms. ‘Tomorrow’s Cyclops’ is a collection of Oopsie’s finest songs that were written in the past year. Oopsie Daisy wrote and recorded this EP over a year at their home studio in the hills. ‘Tomorrow’s Cyclops’ is the result of a year’s worth of hard work, refinement and hardship - a testament to their kind hearted nature and world view.

Management - Tom Matheson // Swirl Records
Contact: swirlrecords666@gmail.com

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

21 Mar 2020

Triple J
35

Oh! Cool hearing new music from you guys. It seems like you've only grown darker and sharper since your last upload and I'm a big fan of that vibe.

Oh! Cool hearing new music from you guys. It seems like you've only grown darker and sharper since your last upload and I'm a big fan of that vibe.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

13 Jul 2018

Triple J
40

Easy to lose yourself in a track like this. Extending out those instrumental sections is some real opiate business

Easy to lose yourself in a track like this. Extending out those instrumental sections is some real opiate business

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

12 Jul 2018

Triple J
40

yeah i dig how this starts in first gear and by the end it's shifted right up, pressed the nos button and has become a gritty, forceful ride.

yeah i dig how this starts in first gear and by the end it's shifted right up, pressed the nos button and has become a gritty, forceful ride.