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THE SPRING PEAKS Starting to peak


Sprightly Perth indie rockers The Spring Peaks are set to unveil their self-titled EP at the Odd Fellow on Saturday, May 5 with support from Big Orange and The Ohmydays.

After a year which saw the success of their single No Curfew take them around the country supporting Aussie bands Verge Collection, Mosquito Coast, The Money War, The Creases and Birds of Tokyo, The Spring Peaks are ready to put down roots with this release.

Birthed in a sheet metal factory in Perth’s northern suburbs in the summer of 2017, the five-piece captured suburban nostalgia and coming-of-age romance with the sun soaked guitar and synth hooks of their debut single Supermarket. After gaining national airplay on Triple J, the single went on to be played on airwaves around the world, reaching as far as North America and Europe.

The success of their follow up single No Curfew was instantaneous, cementing their reputation as WA’s emerging craftsmen of pop. Upon its release in May last year, No Curfew soared to third most played song on Perth’s most popular and trusted community radio station RTRFM. The boys have no plans to slow down, kicking off 2018 supporting Tiny Little Houses on the Perth leg of their national album tour.

The Spring Peaks launch their self-titled EP at the Odd Fellow on Saturday, May 5 with support from Big Orange and the Ohmydays.

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