Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


band members

Seb Davies: Vocals, Guitar Daniel Bromley: Vocals, Guitar Matthew Templeman: Bass Charlie Smith: Drums


Gig

Pot Plant House Party

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

6 Aug

Rosemount Hotel

Perth, 6006

North Perth

7:00pm

Bio

Arriving as the second single for 2021, ‘Time Machine’ sonically showcases Pot Plant House Party paving a trademark sound of their own. ‘Time Machine’ is a further result of four active songwriting minds coming together and providing a result that’s nothing short of a burst of energy.

Straight off the back of their sophomore EP 'Sorry I Didn't Call You Back', and follow up single ‘Late Night Science Fiction’, Pot Plant House Party aren’t showing signs of slowing down. The band toured WA with Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, shared the stage with Sly Withers and Gyroscope and embarked on their own headline WA tour in the back half of 2020 alone. The start of 2021 saw the band gain a WAM nomination for Most Popular New Act and sellout hometown shows. Pot Plant House Party have displayed time and again the potential their unconfined sound has to create their own distinctive entity. Produced and engineered in-house by bassist Matthew Templeman, who also works with Sly Withers and produced and engineered PPHP’s past release catalogue. As well as Seb Davies (vocals/guitar), Daniel Bromley (vocals/guitar) and Charlie Smith (Drums), ‘Time Machine’ is a further display of the band exploring their potential they've paved over the past year even further.

‘The understanding the four of us have together on stage and in the rehearsal room is continuously evolving. We’re continuously pushing ourselves to deliver the best work we can. “Time Machine” really stands out as a track that just pieced itself together nicely through the four of us presenting our ideas, and just having a whole lot of fun whilst doing it’.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

26 Jul 2021

Triple J
40

This is a blast of guitars and performance oomph from PPHP. The hooky quality of a band like Bugs but with all the riffs chunky like they're raised on a high fibre diet.

This is a blast of guitars and performance oomph from PPHP. The hooky quality of a band like Bugs but with all the riffs chunky like they're raised on a high fibre diet.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

01 Jul 2021

Triple J
40

commanding guitars that'll send you flying if you don't expect them. but it's pot plant house party so lucky for me i was braced and ready!

commanding guitars that'll send you flying if you don't expect them. but it's pot plant house party so lucky for me i was braced and ready!

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

06 May 2021

Triple J
35

pphp have served up another flavoursome dish once again with riffs, hooks and gusto spilling out everywhere.

pphp have served up another flavoursome dish once again with riffs, hooks and gusto spilling out everywhere.