Artist info

Genre

Dance, Pop


band members

Luke Cuerel, Aaron Day, Danny Harley, Nick Kirk, Chris Paget


Bio

The Brisbane-based band have had a bustling few months including international radio success, national tours, a slew of remixes as well as their smartly crated Daft Punk medley going viral, amassing more than a quarter of a million views on YouTube. Their international sound with a local twist has won Pigeon highfives from the discerning folk at NME, as well as invited to share stages with some of Australia’s best live acts. Billed on the line-up for prestigious festivals such as Splendour In The Grass, Parklife, BigSound, Fat As Butter and Peats Ridge, Pigeon have never feared leaving the nest, touring extensively

Unearthed in 2012

NIDA Video Clips

20 May 2012

Winner

Pigeon

Pigeon

Congratulations to our 2012 NIDA winners!

Congrats to Toucan, Milhouse, Dirt Farmer, Pigeon, Taxidermy Hall, and Allday + C1.

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Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

10 Jan 2014

Triple J
40

The Pigeon lads have really classed up their production over the last couple of releases - this is super sleek and delivered with precision that shouldn't come from mere mortals. These guys work hard and dance harder.

The Pigeon lads have really classed up their production over the last couple of releases - this is super sleek and delivered with precision that shouldn't come from mere mortals. These guys work hard and dance harder.

Review

Reviewed by cnarinli Celline Narinli

05 Jul 2012

Triple J
40

Can imagine a huge crowd singing along and going crazy to this at a future summer festival! Great hook.

Can imagine a huge crowd singing along and going crazy to this at a future summer festival! Great hook.

Review

Reviewed by Maggie Collins Maggie Collins

11 Jul 2012

Triple J
50

Wow. There's something Chemical Brothers-y and ambient about the start of this song. Then fittingly it transforms into a great power dance track with perfectly placed drops. Horns at the end are to die for.

Wow. There's something Chemical Brothers-y and ambient about the start of this song. Then fittingly it transforms into a great power dance track with perfectly placed drops. Horns at the end are to die for.