FAIRCHILD will digitally release their debut Burning Feet EP worldwide on Friday April 25th through Canvas Sounds. Produced & mixed by Catherine Marks (Foals, Howling Bells, Wolf Alice), the EP will also feature a KNDR remix of “Dancer”. In anticipation of the release, the band have just put out a new music video for the title track “Burning Feet” directed by their drummer James Haigh.
Although being their debut EP, the band have been around since 2005. Going through several line-up & name changes before re-launching themselves as FAIRCHILD at the beginning of 2013. During this time, they have toured through Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, China and supported the likes of Neon Indian, Kids of 88, Parachute Youth, Red Riders, Parades, Cassette Kids, Canyons, Pigeon, Battleships, The Khanz, Cub Sport & Northeast Party House.
“Similarities to Two Door Cinema Club and Swim Deep” – It’s All Indie
“The contemporary indie pop references are there for modern listeners to lap up – the African guitar riffs, the disco rhythms and the singalong choruses all mark Burning Feet, Dancer and Figure It Out as songs that the kids will absolutely love.” – TODAYonline
“DIY indie pop band from Oz that music lovers in the United States need to hear because we think they’re pretty amazing” – Indie Rock Cafe
“Sounds like Foals, Bloc Party, The Temper Trap” – Indie Shuffle
“Filled with layers of catchy melodies and vibrant polyphonic textures, this tune will take you back to Summer-holiday music festival; think Last Dinosaurs meets Neon Indian. Songwriting aside, the production value of this track is flawless.” – adamNOTeve
Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast (Gold Coast Suns AFL Match) – April 12th
The Loft, Gold Coast (Oneway Street Unofficial AFTER Party) – April 26th
Baltic Avenue, Toronto (Canadian Music Week) – May 6th
Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto (Canadian Music Week) – May 10th
Cake Shop, New York – May 12th
Rendezvous, Seattle – May 14th
Silverlake Lounge, Los Angeles – May 16th
Hard Rock Cafe, Singapore – May 22nd
Check out this fun video for the second single from The Griswolds, “Heart of a Lion.” The video was filmed over one day in a film studio, and took 5 days to clean up. The Griswolds are now banned from that studio.
The band have had a fast start to 2012, with support shows around Australia with Last Dinosaurs, Millions, San Cisco, Hey Geronimo, and Kids of 88. Their first single, “Mississippi
” has also received high acclaim, featured on over 100 blogs worldwide, and charting on college radio in the USA. Both songs are from an upcoming EP due for release in August 2012.
Gung Ho are a three piece indie surf-pop band from Brisbane. After spending much of 2011 writing and working on new songs they are ready to release their first single.
The band are just about to commence their first east coast tour in support of their first single, Twin Rays, from their forthcoming EP.
Gung Ho have been playing for a little over six months, and feature members Michael McAlary, Oliver Duncan and James Wright (Millions, Young Men Dead).
In their short time as a band they have supported rad, up and coming acts such as The Holidays, Papa vs. Pretty, Bleeding Knees Club, Comic Sans, Kids of 88, Jinja Safari, and Velociraptor.
Their debut EP is due out in early 2012.