Yours & Owls and PS Music Group presents
Morning TV // Born Joy Dead // Tinderry Tickets
8:00pm, Wed 27 September, 2017
Rad Bar, NSW
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Taking inspiration from the ocean and the surrounding natural environments in which they live,
Sydney's Morning TV have created a unique and ethereal sound reminiscent of a warm summer's
day. Comprised of vocalist Brit Ward, guitarist Tim Cummings, drummer Cameron Crew, and bassist
Ana Fajardo the band released their stunning debut EP 'Golden' mid last year, which received rave
reviews and airplay across Triple J, FBi Radio, 2RRR, RTRFM, a nd 4ZZZ. 2017 has seen the sport
rock quartet working on an eclectic follow up to 'Golden', to be released late September.
The band started as an idea at a house party between new friends Ward and Cummings, and
following a couple of jam sessions and the introduction of Crew and Fajardo to the mix, transformed
into Morning TV.
Jumping head first into some of the finest gigs around, the Sydneysiders have surfed the live circuit
with some incredible talent, sharing the stage with the likes of Middle Kids, Julia Jacklin,
High-Tails, Shining Bird, and Olympia . With a set of new songs on the horizon, Morning TV are
gearing up to enchant listeners across the globe.
BORN JOY DEAD
Brisbane-based indie-rock quartet Born Joy Dead are excited to announce East Coast touring dates and
reveal the lead single 'Sinkhole Holiday' lifted from their forthcoming sophomore EP 'Throw us in the
Fire' (due October 2017) - produced and mixed by Sean Cook (Big Scary, Velociraptor) and recorded
at Plutonium Studios, Brisbane.
The fuzzy and garage-rock-esque 'Sinkhole Holiday' opens with sweeps of clean guitar and the
enthralling vocals of Ben Dalton. Accompanying elements gradually build within the verses, before the
dynamic dips; accentuating the impact of its soaring and infectious chorus. The remainder of the song is
meticulously navigated, shining a light on Born Joy Dead's ability to inhabit tracks and allowing them
space to breathe.