For Fans Of: Stand Atlantic | Introducing: Sydney’s Bellwether

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Feature Artist: Bellwether

For Fans Of: Stand Atlantic, Kisschasy, Weezer, The Dead Love

Hometown: Sydney

Genre: Pop-Punk

The 411:

Bellwether are a Sydney-based pop-punk band who’ve just delivered their impressive debut EP Impermanence – produced by Stevie Knight (Stand Atlantic, Yours Truly, The Dead Love) and mixed by James Paul Wisner (Paramore, Underoath).

“The title Impermanence comes from the line ‘I cannot be a failure stuck in infinite impermanence’ from ‘Kaiba’, with the phrase ‘infinite impermanence’ being a reference to the name of a popular Yu-Gi-Oh! card,” explains the band.

“We chose Impermanence as the title of the EP because it reflected a wider theme that runs across the EP of change and growth. Each of the tracks, in some way, is about changing as a person, and is even reflected in the changing attitudes of the track list, starting in a place of self-doubt and self-loathing, transitioning and ending in self-acceptance. We all exist in a state of impermanence, and the EP is a distillation of that idea.”

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Our review: Bellwether have a glorious knack for using pop culture references to express simple truths, wrapped in summery sonic bursts of Warped Tour energy and irresistible pop-punk angst. One of the most exciting bands coming up on the scene right now.


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