Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

DZ Deathrays, West Thebarton, Hockey Dad, Ruby Fields, Skeggs, The Pinheads,


band members

Andrew Scott - Drums/Vocals Lachlan Jackson - Guitar Nick Scott - Bass


Influences

DZ Deathrays, The Living End, The Clash, JET, West Thebarton, Twin Peaks, Hockey Dad, Ruby Fields, Skeggs


Bio

Surf Trash are a three-piece rock band comprised of brothers Andrew and Nick and their best mate Lachlan.

The NSW natives have amassed a fierce live following thanks to their driving rock melodies infused with a summery edge that translate into some truly wild shows – this is heightened by the notably charismatic and enigmatic lead singer and drummer, Andrew Scott.

Over the last 18 months Surf Trash have performed at Festival Of The Sun, NYE On The Hill and St Kilda Festival. As well as completely selling their debut headline tour in 2019, the band have played shows alongside Ruby Fields, Pist Idiots, The Gooch Palms, Bakers Eddy, These New South Whales to name a few.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

23 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

Fans are gonna go wild for this new one from Surfies. Young spirited and full of energy! Loud chorus to belt along to as well.

Fans are gonna go wild for this new one from Surfies. Young spirited and full of energy! Loud chorus to belt along to as well.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

19 Mar 2020

Triple J
40

there's some good skuzzy heat in that singalong chorus. this song could fix some problems as you find yourself shaking off your blues.

there's some good skuzzy heat in that singalong chorus. this song could fix some problems as you find yourself shaking off your blues.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

27 Mar 2019

Triple J
35

This is a step up from the trash boyz. I've been hearing their name whispered more and more frequently and I suspect they've got plenty more in the bank

This is a step up from the trash boyz. I've been hearing their name whispered more and more frequently and I suspect they've got plenty more in the bank