Sydney indie quartet Sierra Fin are celebrating that fabulous time of year when the gloominess of winter finally retreats and the sun makes itself known again. Yep, it’s an ode to T-Shirt Weather, and the band are giving us a free download of this timely number. After getting very serious about business on their debut
Sierra Fin have announced some east coast tour dates along with a new album Cautionary Tale of the Beautiful Blackout to be released on 6th May. Cautionary Tale of the Beautiful Blackout tells a story from Yesterday through Today to Tomorrow and features a full symphony orchestra as accompaniment for the album’s entirety – adding
Sydney four piece Sierra Fin are currently working on a project that they hope will set them apart from the rest.
Three bands, all with a distinctive, unique sound of their own, hit the road to beat the summertime blues. What better way to kick off the new year: Three bands, one from NSW, QLD and VIC, have decided to join forces to take their tunes to new crowds.
After four critically acclaimed albums, fame within Australia and the States and a list of accolades that stretch long and gracious, Diana Anaid unleashes the lead single from her forthcoming self titled album.
Local treasure Sierra Fin return once more, bringing their ethereal brand of psyche pop to The Annandale
In an indie-saturated scene, SIERRA FIN are carving a niche with their blend of orchestral, rock and electronic experimentation.
Sierra Fin’s favourite Eastern European language is Estonian. Not a particularly enlightening piece of information in and of itself, but after listening to the song ‘Blue Day Sun’ from their soon-to-be-released debut EP Shake Stare Sleep I’m quite lost for words. Fortunately, the band had