Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Luca Brasi, The Hotelier


band members

Callum - Lead Vocals/Guitar, Gerard - Guitar/Vocals, Madi - Bass/Vocals, Mitch - Drums


Influences

The Menzingers, Modern Baseball, Joyce Manor


Bio

“Delivering countenance of truths we all need to hear, Brisbane rockers Semantics blend the seriousness of R U OK day with Ben Lee’s We’re All In This Together optimism to check in with the mental health of humanity on their sophomore EP, If You’re Not Alright” - Music Is My Muse.
True to punk-rock philosophy, Semantics spares no effort to connect with their listeners on a personal level on and off the stage to remind fans that it’s alright if you’re not alright.
Since their pivotal stand-alone single, ‘Cemeteries’ debuted on triple j’s Short.fast.loud last year, Semantics have been hard at work refining their craft to match their newfound direction. Describing their sound as “somewhere between punk-rock, indie, emo and Aussie rock” the Brisbane quartet returns with their sophomore EP, ‘If You’re Not Alright’.
Sounding like the likes of Luca Brasi, The Menzingers & Title Fight, each song is unique, containing its own lyrical message within the overarching theme of the challenges of maintaining one’s well-being while transitioning into a working-class lifestyle.

Unearthed in 2019

BIGSOUND

21 Jul 2019

Winner

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Semantics and Hallie are your winners!

They'll open up the Unearthed Stage at BIGSOUND this September.
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Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

30 Jun 2020

Triple J
40

Nothing but solid good stuff from you guys. Packed, determined and loud. The punch and the grit pulls you in as soon as you feel it. Killing it legends!

Nothing but solid good stuff from you guys. Packed, determined and loud. The punch and the grit pulls you in as soon as you feel it. Killing it legends!

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

29 Jun 2020

Triple J
40

This band don't muck about - it's all guts and a pint of blood from split lips and busted fingers.

This band don't muck about - it's all guts and a pint of blood from split lips and busted fingers.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

26 Jun 2020

Triple J
45

So this band just keep getting better with every new release

So this band just keep getting better with every new release