Artist info

Genre

Punk, Rock


band members

Joe Willis, Will St Claire, Brad Mclean, Adam Lindsay


Influences

Luca Brasi, Pup, Biffy Clyro, Basement


Website

splitfeed.bandcamp.com/

Gig

Split Feed

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

9 Mar

The Cambridge Hotel

Newcastle, 2302

789 Hunter Street, Newcastle West NSW

8:00pm

Gig

Split Feed

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

15 Mar

The Marly Bar

Sydney, 2042

145 King Street, Newtown NSW

9:00pm

Gig

Split Feed

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

18 Mar

House Show

Sydney, 2767

Doonside NSW

4:00pm

Bio

Split Feed are a four-piece punk rock band hailing from Newcastle, one of Australia’s fastest growing music scenes. Cementing themselves as a major player in the local scene through their “lively shows and hook-laden tracks” (Newcastle Herald), the gang expanded their fan base after a national tour with Wollongong band Jacob, which included several sold out shows.

This national exposure was confirmed by national and international bands, supporting the likes of The Living End, British India, As It Is (UK), The Bennies and The Hard Aches.

Though their roots draw on the stylings of 90’s and early 00’s punk, Split Feed have since delved into a heavier, more mature sound, gaining inspiration from bands such as Luca Brasi, Basement and Pup. Joining forces with producer/engineer Clayton Segelov (Columbus, Dear Seattle, Full Of Hell, Vices), their new single 'Something More' serves as a perfect introduction back into the punk scene since the release of ‘Late Bloomer’ (2017).

Catch them on tour throughout March and April:
9/3 - The Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle
15/3 - The Marlborough Hotel, Sydney
18/3 - House Show, Doonside
29/3 - The Grace Darling Hotel, Melbourne
31/3 - Phoenix Bar, Canberra
1/4 - Cambridge Easter Party, Newcastle
5/4 - Moonshine, Manly
8/4 - North Gong Hotel, Wollongong

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

08 Feb 2018

Triple J
40

what a huge, huge sound. Hell yes.

what a huge, huge sound. Hell yes.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

07 Feb 2018

Triple J
40

you're gonna have everyone in a big sweaty mess by the end of this song. it channels that 2000's punk sound nicely.

you're gonna have everyone in a big sweaty mess by the end of this song. it channels that 2000's punk sound nicely.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

25 Dec 2016

Triple J
35

Vocals are so unusual. Everything works well together. Great ENERGY! Everyone loves a great energy track.

Vocals are so unusual. Everything works well together. Great ENERGY! Everyone loves a great energy track.