SEEKINGVocalist, Vocalist - Bass, Vocalist - Baritone, Vocalist - Tenor, Vocalist - Soprano, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Keyboard, Piano, Vocalist - Alto, Electronic Music.
Hi, we're looking for a female vocalist/songwriter who can play piano/keys, and/or guitar.
Ages between early twenties to early thirties.
We're a hardworking indie alternative rock pop band, committed to pushing this as far as we can take it.
You can check some of our previous stuff on Spotify.
Our sound will naturally change/evolve with the 5th member, and we have other songs that are not on here that lean towards the progressive, punk, pop, rock genres.
Please contact Nick if you this is something you would like to be apart of: 0450 604 892
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Oct 31 2019
- Active within 24 hours
- Level of commitment:
- Years together:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 1 time per week
- Available to gig:
- 1 night a week
- 30 years
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
The Naked and Famous
War On Drugs
and various other stuff
Members Of Band
CURRENT MEMBERS (females and males):
LOOKING FOR YOU to complete lineup:
Vocalist (who can play Keys and/or Guitar)
Wasting TimeWasting Time focuses on family relationships. The song looks into the fear of taking on negative family attributes, and the decision to break away from those qualities in order to be your own person.
Give Me Something
Give Me SomethingGive Me Something is about human desire and the need for interaction. And because that need is so great, the appeal has to be sustained at high levels to maintain interest. Bianca wrote it as a kind of wake-up call; going through the motions in order to achieve a clearer outlook.
Twilight HighwayTwilight Highway came about with Bianca playing a single note on a synth and within five minutes Nick and Abbey had the main bass and guitar riffs sorted. Tass was absent, so was put on vocalist duties. It’s a fun, upbeat track with tongue in cheek lyrics about two friends driving in their car along the twilight highway, free and without care.
Love's EdgeLove's Edge was intentionally written with dual interpretation. Throughout the song it’s referring to a “you”. But imagine if that “you” is Love, and Love is a human being trying to do the right thing in helping people and hoping to provide happiness, yet constantly being put down for its efforts and getting blamed for others’ misfortune. This negativity might lead Love down a lonely path, maybe to the edge of a tall building, or bridge, or cliff top, and maybe think that the world would be better off if Love never existed. Love’s Edge was written to let Love know that it was still needed and loved in this world, and to not give up on us because we (humans) will not give up on Love.
StardustWe tend to find ourselves constantly questioning our place within the universe, which, on a larger scale, can give the impression of insignificance. The lyrical content behind Stardust aims to break through that idea; to instead explore the notion that our significance lies in our ability and our desire to explore and learn, adapt and evolve, appreciate and reflect, live with joy and die without fear, and through all this connect with each other and beyond.