Interview: Megastick Fanfare – Experimental Pop Pioneers

Megastick Fanfare are an emerging Sydney act whose experimental pop is starting to create a stir beyond the local scene.

The second half of Megastick Fanfare’s name comes from the band’s enjoyment of coming up with a small piece of music to introduce their live shows, otherwise known as a Fanfare.

Recently the band came into The Studio to perform their latest single Call Out from upcoming EP, Fanfare EP 1, due out Tuesday, Friday 5.

After the performance, bandmates Adam Connelly and Sam Goldsmith stuck around to reveal what Megastick Fanfare has been up to and when fans can expect a new LP.

Megastick Fanfare

• Influences for new single Call Out

• The spacious and expansive sound of Call Out

• Fanfare and it’s role in songwriting

• Explaining the meaning behind the term ‘Experimental Pop’

• Mishaps recording debut album, 2011s Grit Aglow

• Staying focused on new album

• Megastick Fanfare tour

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