Indie, Pop, Rock
Interpol, The Strokes, Lace Curtains
Oliver Badman - rhythm, vocals
Bobby May - lead
Mitchell O'Gorman - bass
Jason Wong - drums.
Blur, Harlem, Arctic Monkeys
Unearthed artists we like
Deep Sea Arcade , super FLORENCE jam , The Carraways , Mother & Son , Blackchords , Bon Chat Bon Rat , Bell Weather Department , Step-Panther , The Jones Rival , The Rubens , Bloods , Colour Coding , The Ruminaters , Kill City Creeps , Rufflefeather , High-tails , Palms
Sydney rockers Prints are dropped their debut EP 'Some People Will Listen To Anything' mid November 2014. The 6 track EP is available online while physical copies are available at their shows.
The EP features infectious hooks and interwoven guitar riffs that display Prints’ own brand of vintage garage pop, capped off with fresh production and creative arrangements. Badman’s candid lyrics tell the tale of a lovelorn misfit clumsily navigating his way through the modern age. Where doe-eyed romance meets harsh realities, Lady Penelope is a nod to that girl too kind to break hearts or too cruel to end it swiftly; “You’re trying to let me down/So gently it’s just keeping me around.” While Inherently Flawed’s major key facade is paired with an opposing sentiment: ‘Last night I felt you loosen your grip/Is this the part that you prefer to skip?/Are we inherently flawed?’
Their debut single, Lady Penelope is a nod to that girl too kind to break hearts referenced in its blatantly irresistible chorus “You’re trying to let me down/So gently it’s just keeping me around.”
Pun enthusiasts and revellers of Purple Reign :P Prints are a garage/post-punk revival band formed by Oliver Badman (vocals/guitar) and Bobby May (lead guitar) in 2011 with Jason Wong (drums) and Mitchell O’Gorman (bass) providing the rhythmic backing.