Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Joe, Brett, Jordan, Riley.


Influences

The Church, The Pixies, The Cure


Website

www.postblue.net

Bio

Postblue are a Melbourne-based Alternative Rock group that formed in Byron Bay in 2012.

2013 saw the release of a debut EP which scored the band national radio play and a slot at Splendour In The Grass and the Poison City Weekender Festival. Backed by a strong touring ethic, the group started to receive broader national interest.

After migrating to Melbourne, the band released their debut LP I Hope They’re Praying For Me in March 2014 via Poison City Records. The release saw a triple j single premier alongside solid acclaim from local music press. The record explored a grunge-driven expansion from their early punk foundations, showcasing pop structures and a far more mature approach to songwriting. The release was, again, backed by rigorous national touring and performances with the likes of Violent Soho, The Smith Street Band, and Title Fight, which attracted a wider audience across the country.

In July 2015, the group entered Sydney’s Studios 301 to track their brand new single Glow Like Crazy with Simon Cohen. The retrospective pop track sees the band exploring new, and familiar territories, blending 80’s/90’s alternative sounds with contemporary pop hooks.

With a natural progression over multiple releases, Postblue have shifted their focus to new music, and new sounds, determined to regroup and reinvest their previous experience. Experimenting with their work and drawing from influences across a wide spectrum, these close friends will continue to expand and evolve their musical legacy.

Unearthed in 2013

Splendour In The Grass

23 Jun 2013

Winner

Postblue

Postblue

Congratulations to our 2013 Splendour In The Grass winners!

Massive congrats to Baptism of Uzi from Melbourne and Byron locals Postblue, Potato Potato, and The Hated who have won a spot on the massive Splendour In The Grass line-up!

More

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

18 Sep 2015

Triple J
40

awwww yeah. awwww bloody yeah. this is a change up for sure and i reckon you'll win some more fans for these stinking hot melodies.

awwww yeah. awwww bloody yeah. this is a change up for sure and i reckon you'll win some more fans for these stinking hot melodies.

Review

Review by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

17 Sep 2015

Triple J
40

Early '90s FM radio has been brought to 2015. It's a bold evolution from your early sound but you've totally pulled it off.

Early '90s FM radio has been brought to 2015. It's a bold evolution from your early sound but you've totally pulled it off.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

16 Sep 2015

Triple J
40

Nobody writes melodies quite like you guys, and I've had this chorus stuck in my head for two days. A change in direction, and you totally pull it off.

Nobody writes melodies quite like you guys, and I've had this chorus stuck in my head for two days. A change in direction, and you totally pull it off.