Artist info


Indie, Pop, Rock

Sounds like

Husky, Kings of Leon, Vance Joy, The Middle East, Angus Stone, Paper Kites, The National, The Pixies

band members

Tony Rowley Dan McCosker Noah Sims Ollie McGill


Dancing on the borders between folk-pop and alternative-rock, is the foot-stamping, knuckles-bleeding, chorus-belting, Titan Sky.

Drawing influence from acts such as Radiohead and The National. Titan Sky perform songs about the state of the world, love and the anxieties of being human.

Since the release of their self titled debut EP in 2016, Bellingen based Titan Sky, lead by New Zealand born singer songwriter Tony Rowley, has made a significant mark in the East Coast festival scene. Hitting stages at festivals including Mullum (Mullumbimby), Banana Field (Coffs harbour), Turtlefest (Bellingen). They have also collaborated with Cat Emipire’s Ollie McGill at several live shows, and are building a big local following in the Coffs Coast region.This year they were first on the bill at the renowned, Bello Winter Music festival, sharing the stage with the likes of Deborah Conway.

Titan Sky have been busy in the studio working on exciting new material for their debut LP, due for Summer release.

For fans of Angus and Julia Stone, Gang of Youths, The Middle East and Vance Joy. Expect a heartfelt and passionate performance that is raw and honest. Lyrics draw you in and big choruses send you flying. Searing hot vocals and smashing strings, folk-pop songwriting that's right on the pulse!