From the moment The Antlers opened with the chiming keys of Palace it was obvious that this was going to be a deeply arresting experience. The band have refined their atmospheric sound over the years, peppering it with nuance and detail. The horns in Palace draw us in to the intricacy as they swirl amongst
The Antlers began as the lo-fi solo project of Peter Silberman, around the time he moved to Brooklyn. Now a three-piece, the band released their fifth studio album Familiars in June, and are set to play headline shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne in February, as well as a show as part of Perth Festival.
The Antlers have added two more headlining shows when the Brooklyn-based trio visits Australia in 2015. The freshly announced gigs will take place at The Brightside in Brisbane and the Elisabeth Murdoch Hall at the Melbourne Recital Centre. Melbourne electronic act Lanks, the solo project by Farrow’s frontman Will Cuming, will support the band in
Brooklyn-based three-piece The Antlers have announced a February 2015 show in Sydney. Backed by new material from their fifth studio album Familiars, which was released in June, the group are set to bring their dreamlike soundscapes and twisted melodic beauty back to Australian fans who have sorely missed them. Since Familiars was released earlier this
Based in what seems to be the creative epicentre of the universe right now, Brooklyn NY, The Antlers released their second album Hospice earlier this year with an entirely new line up. Founding member Peter Silberman recruited two new band mates after running the Antlers as a one man band for a couple of years.