Artist info

Genre

Pop, Indie


Sounds like

The XX, Jessie Ware


band members

Sam Reynolds::Angela Schilling::Katie Schilling


Influences

Destiny's Child, Oscar + Martin


Bio

Adelaide trio Swimming's debut album 'Yes, tonight.' brings together off-beat rhythms, R&B-influenced harmonies, and a vast sense of space. The band has recently completed a number of east coast and hometown shows in support of the album, playing with the likes of Big Scary, Whitley + Ngaiire along the way. You can download 'Yes, tonight.' from swimmingyeah.bandcamp.com. Watch the video for New Friends by Knifepoint productions here: http://vimeo.com/75084633

Review

Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

19 Mar 2013

Triple J
40

One of my favourite Adelaide acts at the moment. Loving the minimalist approach to pop music.

One of my favourite Adelaide acts at the moment. Loving the minimalist approach to pop music.

Review

Reviewed by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

26 Mar 2013

Triple J
40

Great tune, a big aural hug with sweet as vocals that have a nice smokiness to them too. Nice one.

Great tune, a big aural hug with sweet as vocals that have a nice smokiness to them too. Nice one.

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

17 May 2013

Triple J
40

New version of this is all lucious and primo A++.

New version of this is all lucious and primo A++.