Artist info

Genre

Punk, Rock


Sounds like

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Oh Sees, Idles


band members

Matt Martin Lachie Reynolds Walter Clayworth Scott Urwin Brendan Seibring


Influences

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Oh Sees, The Murlocs, Tropical Fuck Storm, Ausmeteants, Ty Segall, Ron Gallo, Idles, The Uranium Club


Website

Bio

Officially forming in Ballarat in 2018 after jamming and the end of their old high-school bands, Snake Valley are now known for their high energy, offering a crazy intense live performance that has gracefully earned them a name as key players in Melbourne’s local music scene.

Melbourne’s new favorite noisy garage-punk band have announced their debut album ‘Giddy Up!’. Set for release on all major platforms on Friday the 18th of September, this fun look into Snake Valley is unlike anything we’ve seen before. Infused with punk, garage rock and post-rock influences akin to the likes of Oh Sees, The Uranium Club and Tropical Fuck Storm, ‘Giddy Up!’ is a developed and dirty dedication to the disdained.

‘Giddy Up!’ follows after a successful string of single releases from the five-piece, with their singles ‘Bush Pig’ and ‘New Age Slavery’ seeing them play alongside the likes of Good Morning and Straight Arrows as well as some of the top spots on Sanitise Live Stream Fest and the 2019 Ballarat Fringe Festival.

Punky and unforgiving— Snake Valley’s new album pays homage to the intensity of their live performance, with huge production elements that serves as a subtle nod towards their creative journey.

‘Giddy Up!’ will be available worldwide via all major platforms on September 18th. Limited Edition 12’ LP also available through Red Cave Records

Review

Review by Abby Butler Abby Butler

24 Sep 2020

Triple J
45

this song is such a satisfying time. the anti-dickhead anthem that's putting clever lyrics and rowdy punk rock to all of our 2020 thoughts.

this song is such a satisfying time. the anti-dickhead anthem that's putting clever lyrics and rowdy punk rock to all of our 2020 thoughts.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

22 Sep 2020

Triple J
40

So much fun! Very The Chats/ Amyl and The Sniffers in spirit. Punchy punk, loose and that guitar is catchy as hell.

So much fun! Very The Chats/ Amyl and The Sniffers in spirit. Punchy punk, loose and that guitar is catchy as hell.