Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Tags

Indie Pop Rock


band members

Brad Shaw Jake Ostle Jerram Gibson Liam Dee Lucas Biral


Bio

The Spring Peaks are a 5-piece indie-pop band from Perth. They hit the ground running in 2017 with their debut single “Supermarket” which received worldwide coverage and since then they have gone on to release multiple singles and a self-titled EP. The Spring Peaks sound is described as fun, feel-good, sunshine-pop which channels nostalgic Australiana vibes. With songwriting that originally shadows greats such as Springsteen and Dylan it has developed into their own signature sound. Over the past two years The Spring Peaks have supported a number of great Australian artists whilst also developing their own identity in the music industry. Their next single is set to be released on the 22nd March 2019, which will be the title track of their forthcoming EP.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

02 Apr 2019

Triple J
40

you like paul kelly? you like rolling blackouts? you'll like the spring peaks.

you like paul kelly? you like rolling blackouts? you'll like the spring peaks.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

29 Mar 2019

Triple J
45

Just coming back to re-review this because it deserves more stars! Haven't stopped listening to this all week.

Absolutely died for some of these lyrics. Gee they're cute. Raw and open songwriting. PERFECT for anyone into Rolling Blackouts CF. I love the word play and the slight Australiana feel in the tones of the vocals too.

Just coming back to re-review this because it deserves more stars! Haven't stopped listening to this all week.

Absolutely died for some of these lyrics. Gee they're cute. Raw and open songwriting. PERFECT for anyone into Rolling Blackouts CF. I love the word play and the slight Australiana feel in the tones of the vocals too.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

28 Mar 2019

Triple J
40

As someone moving from what feels like one generational bracket to the next, Coming of Age speaks to me. Life feels like it moves in big lunges but it's the small, snapshot moments like those described in this song that punctuate the change in age more than the bigger, longitudinal movements.

As someone moving from what feels like one generational bracket to the next, Coming of Age speaks to me. Life feels like it moves in big lunges but it's the small, snapshot moments like those described in this song that punctuate the change in age more than the bigger, longitudinal movements.