Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Gere Huon Tom Jack


Influences

Bloc Party , The Go-Betweens , Sigur Ros


Website

www.paradiseclub.co

Gig

Paradise Club

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

27 Apr

Crown and Anchor

Adelaide, 5000

Adelaide

8:00pm

Gig

Paradise Club

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

28 Apr

Northcote Social C...

Melbourne, 3070

Northcote

8:00pm

Gig

Paradise Club

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

3 May

Black Bear Lodge

Brisbane, 4006

Fortitude Valley

8:00pm

Bio

Paradise Club

In a mere matter of months, Paradise Club have come bursting through the gates of the Adelaide music scene, immediately highlighting themselves as one of the most unique and exciting young acts to emerge from the South Australian capital’s sleepy suburbs in recent memory. After only a string of a few shows, the genre-bending 4- piece have caused a stir both locally and nationally with the quick-fire release and subsequent critical acclaim of the two standalone singles ‘Cap 2’ and ‘Saturday Night’, with the former receiving extensive airplay on both Triple J and Unearthed Radio.

By means of a considered, yet idiosyncratic approach to songwriting, soothing melodies and brutally honest lyrical content, Paradise Club evoke the sounds of 90’s mid-west emo, 2000’s indie pop and 80’s new wave. Having already shared the stage with the likes of Ali Barter, Endless Heights, Horror My Friend, Sleep Talk and more, Paradise Club are primed to build upon this strong introduction, as they announce their newest single ‘Away’ to bolster their upcoming national tour in support of post- hardcore stalwarts Endless Heights this April/May. In addition to this string of strong supports, Paradise Club have already nabbed the coveted title of Triple J Unearthed Feature Artist (Jan 2018), been selected to open the Adelaide leg of 2018’s Laneway Festival (including a live-to air set on JJJ) and signed to 123 Agency for Booking in Australia.

‘Away’ sees Paradise Club build upon the solid musical groundwork of ‘Saturday Night’ and ‘Cap 2’, interweaving delicate, warm guitars and comforting, yet solemn vocals and lyrical content. Touching on the often contradictory nature and tangled nature of modern relationships, the up-and-coming four piece sets about creating a downcast, yet accepting tone across an intricate soundscape. With ‘Away’ in tow, Paradise Club are set to cement themselves among the top up and coming acts within the wider Australian music scene.

Unearthed in 2018

Laneway Festival

17 Dec 2017

Winner

Paradise Club

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Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

17 Apr 2018

Triple J
45

This has Turnover written all over it and I'm screaming. My heart!<3

This has Turnover written all over it and I'm screaming. My heart!<3

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

15 Jan 2018

Triple J
40

if dave was late to the party then i'm your dad who just found that his whiskey is missing and damn it must have been you son! long story short, i love this. big move having simply that guitar/synth line as the hook in place of a chorus but it pays off.

if dave was late to the party then i'm your dad who just found that his whiskey is missing and damn it must have been you son! long story short, i love this. big move having simply that guitar/synth line as the hook in place of a chorus but it pays off.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

06 Dec 2017

Triple J
40

Late to the party but I'm showing up with hugs and love for this bright spot of winning alt indie.

Late to the party but I'm showing up with hugs and love for this bright spot of winning alt indie.