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The Spring Peaks

Years Active November 2016 - Present

Genre Indie, Rock, Pop

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

Describe Your Sound

The Spring Peaks sound is described as fun, feel-good, sunshine-pop which channels nostalgic Australiana vibes. With songwriting that originally shadows greats such as Springsteen and Dylan it has developed into their own signature sound.

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Contact

Jake Ostle
thespringpeaks@gmail.com

Formation

Originally the band began rehearsing and playing shows as a nameless 3 piece consisting of members Jake Ostle, Lucas Biral and Brad Shaw. The later additions of Jerram Gibson (keys) and Daniel Cavalli (drums) finally completed the band as a 5-piece. In 2018, The Spring Peaks saw the departure of Daniel and therefore welcomed new drummer Liam Dee to the band.

Influences

The Sleepy Jackson

Shared Bills With

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

Career Highlights

One Day in Fremantle Festival - Montaigne & Adrian Eagle
City Calm Down - Echoes in Blue Album Tour (Perth Show)
Tiny Little Houses - Idiot Proverbs Album Tour (Perth Show)
The Creases - Tremolow Album Tour (Perth Show)
Wanneroo Festival - Birds of Tokyo

Current Activity

The Spring Peaks are currently gearing up for the release of their second EP with the title track 'Coming of Age' due for release on the 22nd March 2019.

Releases by The Spring Peaks

Supermarket

2017

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No Curfew

2017

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Strung Out

2017

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Self Titled EP

2018

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Sports

2018

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Coming of Age

22/03/2019

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