Indie, Pop, Rock
Birds of Tokyo, Muse, Dead Letter Circus, Highasakite
Grant Turner - Guitar Pete Knott - Vocal Brett Norman - Drums Andrew Cipriano - Bass Petey Helfgott - Guitar/Keys
Silverchair, Muse, Incubus, Queens Of The Stone Age, Foo Fighters, Daniel Johns, Radiohead
Unearthed artists we like
Graphic Characters, Voyager, Our Man In Berlin, Tired Lion, The Love Junkies, Pat Chow, FOAM, HYLA, 13 Circles, Legs Electric, Amberdown, I SAID THE SPARROW, Valdaway, Nevsky Prospekt (Perth), Further Earth, This Other Eden, Sons of Rico, Rainy Day Women, Chaos Divine, The Jezabels, Common Bond, Law Of Attraction, KINGSWOOD, This Other Eden, Listening for Triggers, The Rubens, Opine, Hyte, Complete & Omac, Arkayan, Lights Of Berlin, Hyte, Needles Douglas, Custom Royal, AXE GIRL, Statues, SCALPHUNTER, Apache, Lionizer, Aveira Skies, The Southwicks, Blackwater Station, Villains, Tell The Shaman, The Milkmen Band
2015 is about evolution and transition for September Sun, creating an eclectic movement of sound that resonates and embodies emotion and energy. The band is devoting time to developing a wholesome sound for their debut EP released later this year. A taste of the EP was broadcasted live on MIX 94.5 in May, which saw the group perform an acoustic rendition of the first single ‘Cranes for Comfort’.
September Sun, are five-piece, alternative rock collective based in Perth WA. By fusing ambient tones and soulful melodies, they aim to inspire with inspirations ranging from Birds of Tokyo to Queens of the Stone Age.
2014 saw their debut single ‘Solace’ released to a captive audience at The Amplifier Bar in November. This was followed by the official music video generating a strong online presence. The two track single was recorded with producer - Andy Lawson (Eskimo Joe, Little Birdy).
September Sun have gone on to make their presence heard in the music scene, with supports from Voyager and Chaos Divine, and endorsement from Rob Nassif of Gyroscope. He says ‘I have eagerly awaited and thoroughly enjoyed their first two-track single release, and I would personally recommend September Sun’.