Artist info

Genre

Indie


Sounds like

Sally Seltmann (New Buffalo), The Beach Boys, The Dirty Projectors


band members

Brian Campeau and Elana Stone


Influences

Owen Pallett, Rufus Wainwright, Bjork


Bio

Brian’s latest album was called “genuine genius” by Drum Media. Elana has been described by the Age as “one of the best singing voices in the country.” They are currently working on a new album that will involve a multitude of musical friends orbiting around the core couple, who between them, have worked with and supported many prominent artists- including Joanna Newsom, Kate Ceberano, Angus & Julia Stone, Josh Pyke, Bluejuice, The Cat Empire, and Jackson Jackson. 'Brian Campeau and Elana Stone have separately been making brilliant, emotive music in Sydney’s thriving underground scene for many years. It is with great joy that the duo have recently begun to work together to utilise both of their incredible song-writing talent and mesmerising voices in one group: The Rescue Ships.' - 65degrees.com.au

Review

Reviewed by Caz Tran Caz Tran

16 Sep 2011

Triple J
50

A joy to listen to, combines winning elements such as clip cloppy hand claps, girl/boy sing a long narratives, enthused kiddy shouts and an arrangement that brings it to a natural conclusion!

A joy to listen to, combines winning elements such as clip cloppy hand claps, girl/boy sing a long narratives, enthused kiddy shouts and an arrangement that brings it to a natural conclusion!

Review

Rosie Beaton

31 Oct 2013

40

this song makes me happy - it is a keeper. Sounded great on unearthed digital radio

this song makes me happy - it is a keeper. Sounded great on unearthed digital radio

Review

Reviewed by Lola Star Lola Star

19 Jan 2012

Super Reviewer
50

any song with appropriate happy claps is a winner for me... a great tune and vox to go with it is just tops! the use of a voice to sound like a siren alarms my happy senses. great work !

any song with appropriate happy claps is a winner for me... a great tune and vox to go with it is just tops! the use of a voice to sound like a siren alarms my happy senses. great work !