Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

Mumford and Sons , Boy and Bear, Of Monsters and Men


band members

Ed Borromeo-Guitar Grant Hardisty- Keys/BV's Sean Close-Bass Liam Purser-Drums Andrew Wortes-Vocals Rya Park-Vocals


Website

Gig

Tempus Sun

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

23 Feb

MCG (Cinema at the...

Melbourne, 3002

Richmond

6:30pm

Gig

Tempus Sun

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

24 Feb

MCG (Cinema at the...

Melbourne, 3002

Richmond

6:30pm

Gig

Tempus Sun

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

10 Mar

Rock The Turf, Tum...

Riverina, 2720

Tumut

5:00pm

Bio

Since forming as a band only just a year ago, Tempus Sun have invented their own blend of energetic, driving indie rock, fronted by the powerful vocals of Andrew Wortes and Rya Park.

With an ‘Of Monsters and Men’-esque dual lead vocalist element along with influences from the likes of, Coldplay and Mumford and Sons. Tempus Sun pride themselves on the size, engagement and quality of their live shows. It is consistently a powerhouse performance that invokes a plethora of feelings from the emotional spectrum.

They achieved something of a buzz with their first single ‘Owls’ landing them in the spotlight early this year. The buzz continued with the release of their second single 'Gold'.
‘Gold', aimed to do exactly what its title suggests; evoke moments of euphoria, capturing the feelings of timelessness and bliss.

After success across MTV and Rage with their opening music video for ‘Owls’, the accompanying clip for ‘Gold’ draws an irrepressible smile to your face whilst making your heart beat faster. Creating moments of nostalgia, allowing you to daydream in your ideal world for a moment of elation. Their recently released EP goes beyond the usual boundaries of pop, incorporating and exploring indie and rock inspired notes.

Tempus Sun’s self-titled debut EP portrays a class and maturity that is hard to imagine of a group barely one year of age. They are testing conventional song-writing methods whilst exploring the boundaries of popular music. Recorded at Studios in the City under producer Tom Larkin of Shihad fame, it has been declared ‘one of the most highly-anticipated records of 2017’ by Melting Pot.

Plowing through a nearly sold out east coast tour of Australia in early September, Tempus Sun showcased their live power with great success. “It was a great performance of uplifting melodies, at times symbiotic then ferocious. An amazing act” - Sydney Scoop. The tour was in support of the release of their debut EP that has exceeded expectations within the band and industry

“Tempus Sun are a very promising young talent whose song writing is mature and honest, and I’m excited to see their rise over the coming years" – LANKS

Review

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

10 Sep 2017

Triple J
40

Charming, guitar driven indie-pop. The keys really romanticize the overall sound, and I'm left with a smile on my face. Lovely work, team!

Charming, guitar driven indie-pop. The keys really romanticize the overall sound, and I'm left with a smile on my face. Lovely work, team!

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

07 Aug 2017

Triple J
35

Charging towards a big finish, this does indeed get there with the push of sunlight on the band's backs.

Charging towards a big finish, this does indeed get there with the push of sunlight on the band's backs.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

01 Aug 2017

Triple J
40

There is more of a pop hook to this one and it's excellent! The drums really open the gate to the heart on this one. It hits all the right spots, it's catchy and the songwriting is a beautiful piece of art.

There is more of a pop hook to this one and it's excellent! The drums really open the gate to the heart on this one. It hits all the right spots, it's catchy and the songwriting is a beautiful piece of art.