Saturday 22 November at Smiths Alternative, the Feldons will be releasing their third full length album Human Graffiti, 13 songs of original mod, powerpop with a touch of blues and punk. They will be supported by local favourites Raucous Fracas from 8.00pm. $10 door of which a percentage will be donated to Movember.
The Feldons have been described as “something very Ferry on the Mersey, or Beatlesque. Mention of Paul Weller (does) not quite nail the sound but there (is) an undertone of that British invasion rock and roll that was big in the sixties” and “entertaining, danceable, listenable as well as easy on the eye”. The SixtyOne.com commented, “have been waiting for this sound for a while now and the feldons deliver.”
BMA Magazine wrote of their last album, Goody Hallett and Other Stories that it is (a) “solid album with some definite single-worthy tracks”, and that it “wouldn’t have sounded out of place in a groovy record shop in swinging London.”
Triple J Unearthed commented that “There’s a definate[sic] 60s pop sensibility with the harmonised vocals coming in and out and the semi-psychedelic fadeout(s) at the end. The guitar hooks (are) very catchy indeed and complements the vocals perfectly” and “classic rock rhythm/beat that makes you move like a tool around your kitchen and sing into your cooking utensils”.
The Feldons have released two previous albums, A Cabinet of Human Oddities in 2008 and Goody Hallett and Other Stories in 2012 and are regulars on ABC666 morning and afternoon programs, as well as on 2XX Local n Live and Valley 89.5.
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