Our Favourite Aussie Acts with Paradise Club

Our Favourite Aussie Acts with Paradise Club

The Adelaide group have just dropped a killer new single, Heart Of Gold.

Adelaide outfit Paradise Club haven't even really been a band for long, but have already made a big impression in their hometown, along with recently performing a bunch of shows around the country celebrating new single Heart Of Gold. Written, recorded and produced by the band themselves, the single is a rather splendid slice of indie-pop, and comes with an equally DIY video clip directed by band members Gere Fuss and Huon Pisoni.

In true awesome band style, they've taken the opportunity to plug their new video by highlighting some of their favourite Aussie acts, all of which you can check out below: 

Sweater Curse

Helped us play our first interstate show, very entertaining live band.

Shady Nasty

Killa band and also drift kings.

Paper Kites

In our eyes, twelvefour is a perfect album. Hope to catch them live one day.

Death Bells

Hardworking band pushing it in America. Go listen to Standing At The Edge Of The World.

Kirkis

A man of many arts, Kirkis is an incredibly innovative musician. Listen to his album The Vide

Ricky Albeck

Good friend and even better songwriter. His EP is just released so go listen to it.

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