Sydney swampy rock outfit Zeahorse have just dropped the official video for their new single Pool, and they’re getting oh-so-dark and mysterious on our arses, with a pretty spiffy five minutes worth of heaving, sweaty black-and-white action. The Jack Shanahan-directed effort is the perfect accompaniment to Zeahorse’s sludgy, distorted goodness, with frontman Morgan Antony revealing
Zeahorse have been a Music Feed’s fave for quite some time. Their music is everything you want from indie rock n’ roll.
Listening to Zeahorse’s self-titled EP is like going on a drug trip: their music is a combination of highs and lows. Grungy and consistently heavy, they combine solid bass lines with rough vocals, but manage to sporadically thread through melodic guitar lines to complement the sound. When I say melodic, I don’t mean sweet, honeyed
The supergroup arrives in Australia next week, and in preparation organisers have announced the local support acts who will be lucky enough to share the stage with them across the country.
In a time where most bands sound like some unholy marriage of The Smiths
In this issue: Grizzly Bear, Datarock, N.A.S.A., Temper Trap, Astronomy Class, Gallows, St. Helens, Zeahorse, Necro, Sui Zhen
My Filthy Riot must be the most apt name for a festival I have ever heard.