Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


band members

Byron Knight - Vocals&Guitar // Cail Borg - Bass&vocals // Tim Andrews - Keyboard&guitar&misc // Nick Cooney - Drums


Gig

Sea Legs

Mature content
Played on triple j

30 Apr

Happy Club

9:00pm

Gig

Sea Legs

Mature content
Played on triple j

2 May

Upstairs Beresford

9:00pm

Bio

Despite humble beginnings in the coastal town of Bateau Bay, Sea Legs' unique brand of indie pop has propelled them beyond their local borders and into the forefront of the Sydney music scene. A quartet of lifelong pals, Sea Legs have been jamming since 2011 and since then have perfected a killer fusion of indie rock and pop. Driven by infectious melodies, gleaming guitar riffs and the distinct croons of Byron Knight, the final product is nothing less than mesmerising. Starting off as support acts to Australian big wigs such as Art Vs. Science, British India and Josh Pyke, the boys have a reputation for putting on a stellar live show and are now headlining their own tours for Sea Legs aficionados around the country. With feats including the Rage ABC Indie Clip of The Week award, solid airplay on the likes of Triple J and Radar Digital plus sold out shows at the UNSW Roundhouse and Metro Theatre already under their belts, Sea Legs have certainly made an impressive name for themselves. Given Sea Legs only released their debut EP 'We Do What We Do When We Do What We Do’ this March and have done so entirely independently, it is no wonder that these boys have been singled out as an Australian act to keep your eye on.

Review

Reviewed by Nick Findlay Nick Findlay

03 Feb 2014

Triple J
40

great developmen...

great development for Sea Legs, a band who have steadily been building their sound and profile over the last few years. "Take A Little For Yourself" draws you in with its spacial versus and rewards you in it's soaring chorus.

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Review

Reviewed by Max Quinn Max Quinn

05 Dec 2013

Triple J
40

This is a really...

This is a really strong lateral move for you guys. Love that you found an extra gear to go to at about 2:50.

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Review

Reviewed by Richard Kingsmill Richard Ki...

02 Dec 2013

Triple J
40

Lots of space in...

Lots of space in the verses draws you right in. Then the chorus traps you and you can't escape.

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