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The Spring Peaks

Years Active November 2016 - Present

Genre Indie, Pop

Members Jake Ostle - Vocals, Guitar Brad Shaw - Lead Guitar, Backup Vocals Lucas Biral - Bass Guitar Daniel Cavalli - Drums Jerram Gibson - Synth, Backup Vocals

Describe Your Sound

From a late night chat under the influence of ideas and all sorts, came the birth of a Perth band The Spring Peaks which has enough sun-dappled indie rock to see it’s way through the past, present and future whilst blurring the edges and taking snapshots of the most iconic musical decades. The sound gained wisdom and colour through the addition of more family members as time went on but remained fruitful and nostalgic. With songwriting that simply shadows greats such as Springsteen, Dylan and The War On Drugs, it is a true crust for the launchpad of a toastie banger.



Jake Ostle


Originally the band started rehearsing and gigging as a 3-piece and picked up drummer Daniel one night at Babushka when he saw us play and asked if we required some beats. It was then a 'no brainer' that the band wouldn't be complete without keys so we invited our good mate Jerram to join the band and therefore became a 5-piece known as The Spring Peaks.


The War on Drugs, Whitney, Real Estate, Bob Dylan, Paul Kelly

Shared Bills With

End of Fashion Mosquito Coast The Creases Birds of Tokyo Verge Collection The Money War

Career Highlights

The Creases - Tremolow Album Tour (Perth Show)
Wanneroo Festival - Birds of Tokyo
End of Fashion show @ The Carine
Mosquito Coast show @ Players Bar

Current Activity

At the moment we're currently finishing off our first EP which is due for release in early 2018. We're also preparing for a wide range of shows in the remainder of 2017. One show in particular is Wanneroo M.

Releases by The Spring Peaks




No Curfew



Strung Out



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