Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Circa Survive, Coldplay, The Temper Trap


band members

Garry Taulu, Jake Smithers, Cain Taylor, Alex Dimitrovski


Influences

Silverchair, Radiohead


Bio

Sydney's Siren Lines have returned with a brand new track "Always the Same" - a gorgeous reverb-drenched track with more honeyed vocals and singalongs than you can shake a stick at. It is released today along with details of the live shows that go hand in hand with it. The band are working feverishly towards their debut album release, which looks to be due in 2015.

They are doing shows in January and February to celebrate from mid-January to early February, heading into Brisbane at The Triffid, playing their native Sydney at Oxford Art Factory and Bondi's open air cinema and down into Melbourne at The Worker's Club and The Espy.

Backing up their incredible songs is a support and touring history to envy. They have supported artists such as Young Revelry, New York's As Tall As Lions, UK's This Town Needs Guns, US songwriter Kevin Devine, The Getaway Plan, sleepmakeswaves, Closure in Moscow and many more.

Siren Lines' new single 'Always The Same' is available today, Tuesday January 13, everywhere online and their single launch tour begins on Saturday January 16 through to Sunday 15th February.

They can be found on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/sirenlines, Triple J Unearthed at http://triplejunearthed.com.au/sirenlines and on Bandcamp at http://sirenlines.bandcamp.com.

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

22 Aug 2012

Triple J
30

There's a really nice sound to this, it's got that stirring vibe that you know just hits with a lot of people. The higher register stuff works with the ringing guitars but I think the vocal could be a bit thicker. Otherwise, nice work!

There's a really nice sound to this, it's got that stirring vibe that you know just hits with a lot of people. The higher register stuff works with the ringing guitars but I think the vocal could be a bit thicker. Otherwise, nice work!