Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


band members

Luke Marlin - Vocals/Guitar Daniel Hoolihan - Lead Guitar Anthony Twomey - Drums Joseph Smith - Keys/Percussion/Vocals Jackson Burke - Bass


Website

Bio

Take the charismatic energy found in alternate rock and blend it with the spirited groove of reggae and you’ll begin to understand the charm of The Sea Gypsies. Hailing from the Central Coast, the local boys – Luke Marlin (vocals/guitar), Daniel Hoolihan (lead guitar), Joseph Smith (keys/vocals), Anthony Twomey (drums) and Jackson Burke (bass) – have been captivating audiences around Australia with performances soaked in quality music and lovable antics. Recently, The Sea Gypsies have announced the release of their debut album Movements. An embodiment of the boy's love for music, Movements is a compelling and authentic album containing the journeys of each band member. Already warmed up by a slew of successful singles, fans across Australia can expect Movements to deliver the raw and passionate nature that they have come to love from The Sea Gypsies.

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Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

09 Nov 2018

Triple J
35

you'll have plenty coming to get you with these stirring sounds.

you'll have plenty coming to get you with these stirring sounds.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

05 Nov 2018

Triple J
35

Backing Nkechi's comparison to Ocean Alley, for sure. It's like there's a glint bouncing off the water and wherever it lands The Sea Gypsies materialise and just start jamming their heady grooves.

Backing Nkechi's comparison to Ocean Alley, for sure. It's like there's a glint bouncing off the water and wherever it lands The Sea Gypsies materialise and just start jamming their heady grooves.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

18 Oct 2018

Triple J
40

Yet another solid song from The Sea Gypsies, this one's a little groover. That bass is the quiet hero of this track and the horns just add the right amount of EXTRA!

If you're a fan of Ocean Alley, these guys will definitely be your jam!

Yet another solid song from The Sea Gypsies, this one's a little groover. That bass is the quiet hero of this track and the horns just add the right amount of EXTRA!

If you're a fan of Ocean Alley, these guys will definitely be your jam!