Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Pulp, Echo and the bunnymen, Mercury Rev


band members

Jeremy Furze, Quinn Stackpoole, Rob McDowell, Dave Bennett, Emily Taylor, Huw Murdoch


Influences

Scott Walker, Bob Dylan, David Bowie


Bio

Melbourne indie pop six-piece. Been around for what feels like forever but still having immense, childlike fun whenever we play together. Our debut, 'The Great Depression', was dark and epic. We completed number two, Like A Light, early in 2011. This time round things are bigger, brighter and bolder. Happy listening!

Review

Reviewed by Caz Tran Caz Tran

05 Mar 2007

Triple J
50

Simply, this song is a celebration. It rumbles, twinkles, and stomps; there's a lot going on but you don't notice it, you're too busy enjoying the ride! And it WILL have you singing along...."falling, falling, falling...something, something, furthest corner of the former empire..." Great stuff!

Simply, this song is a celebration. It rumbles, twinkles, and stomps; there's a lot going on but you don't notice it, you're too busy enjoying the ride! And it WILL have you singing along...."falling, falling, falling...something, something, furthest corner of the former empire..." Great stuff!

Review

Reviewed by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

07 Mar 2007

Triple J
40

You can hear this band's influences all over this great song, but it doesn't take away from the heart of the music and the build that graduates as the seconds tick over. Bowie-like vocals atop an Arcade Fire celebration... is it a match made in heaven? Yup.

You can hear this band's influences all over this great song, but it doesn't take away from the heart of the music and the build that graduates as the seconds tick over. Bowie-like vocals atop an Arcade Fire celebration... is it a match made in heaven? Yup.

Review

Reviewed by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

26 Mar 2007

Triple J
40

The word is spreading around triple j about this band. And on the strength of this track, for good reason. Touches of Arcade Fire, Bowie and a lovely little xylophone.

The word is spreading around triple j about this band. And on the strength of this track, for good reason. Touches of Arcade Fire, Bowie and a lovely little xylophone.