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 from Newcastle NSW, comprised of brothers Andy and Nick and best mate Lachlan.

Influenced by artists such as DZ Deathrays, The Clash, Jet and The Living End, Surf Trash focus on hard-hitting chords with driving, catchy pop melodies to bring the sound of summer to your speakers.


Officially forming in late 2017, Surf Trash's rise to prominence has been fast following the release of their sophomore single ‘Summer’ in 2018, which was featured on triple j's Unearthed High Report Card as well as receiving heavy praise from triple j. The love for their music hasn't stopped since with their songs featured in some of the biggest rock + punk playlists including New Punk Tracks, Punk Unleashed and Fresh Finds to name a few.


Having completely sold out their huge debut headline tour in 2019 + supporting some of Australia's most exciting bands/artists including Ruby Fields, The Gooch Palms, These New South Whales, The Delta Riggs + many more, Surf Trash have quickly gained a reputation as one of the most buzzed-about punk / rock outfits throughout Australia.

MGMT: Harrison Kefford - harrisonkefford@gmail.com
Bookings: Faith Pace - faith@fourtone.com.au

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

21 Aug 2019

Triple J
40

this is my fave surf trash song yet. it sounds more assured and that chorus is a big singalong.

this is my fave surf trash song yet. it sounds more assured and that chorus is a big singalong.

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

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

27 Mar 2019

Triple J
40

Super into that chorus and the way it goes down / subtle change in tone. It's a bit of a bump in the roller coaster and it's a fun time to be apart of.

Super into that chorus and the way it goes down / subtle change in tone. It's a bit of a bump in the roller coaster and it's a fun time to be apart of.