Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

Rusted Roots, Jamie T , The cure


band members

JACOB FINCH / VOCAL LUKAS ANDERSON / GUITAR BEN SALVO / GUITAR CAM COOPER / DRUMS TRENT COOPER / BASS


Influences

Jamie t, Will and The People, Skeggs, The talking heads


Unearthed artists we like

DOS ENOS, Warbaby, The VANNS, Red Wine Roses, Adam Newling


Bio

Named after their landlord, The Terrys (also known as The Tezzas) emulate the pub rock and alternative surf culture of Australian music, making them a laid back and easy listen Sunday session vibe. For a relatively new band, The Terry’s have a remarkably polished sound with organic vocals paired with soft electric guitar and drums.
The Terrys hail from Gerringong NSW, and began as a trio with founding members Jacob Finch (vocals), Lukas Anderson (lead guitar), Ben Salvo (rhythm guitar), later joined by Cameron Cooper (drums) and Trent Cooper (bass). After beginning to jam together at the beginning of 2020, they released their debut single ‘Video Games’ in June and wasted no time in releasing two more singles, ‘Penny’ and ‘Wise Man’ (acoustic) within the following months.
Their passion for local music sees the band naturally draw inspiration from Aussie artists such as The Bungalows, Pond, Skegss with a hint of British influence from bands like Will And The People. The Terry’s have already sold out their own mini festivals ‘The Tezz Fest’ in Wollongong and Sydney with more shows to be announced soon.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

10 Nov 2020

Triple J
35

2 mins that i had to press repeat on a coupla times cos it was getting my whole body moving along to it in the best way!

2 mins that i had to press repeat on a coupla times cos it was getting my whole body moving along to it in the best way!

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

02 Nov 2020

Triple J
35

Fun and mischievous jangle from The Terrys. If you're into your indie with a side serve of Brit-garage influence then this will be a huge vibe.

Fun and mischievous jangle from The Terrys. If you're into your indie with a side serve of Brit-garage influence then this will be a huge vibe.