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Fresh faced and creating a unique blend of surf pop IVEY is made up of 15 year old Millie Perks, 18 year old Lachlan McGuffie and 17 year old brother Matthew McGuffie along with 19 year old Dante Martin.
Recorded and produced by George Carpenter (WaxHead, Donny Love and Salvadarlings), Ivey released their newest single “Smell of Smoke” in September with an outpouring of support.“Smell Of Smoke”builds slowly with its simplistic yet
intricate movements. Birthed after an emotional break up it doesn’t rely on anything more than it’s honest lyrical and vocal delivery matched with IVEY’s the up beat tropical pop sensibilities reminiscent of contempories San Cisco, Hungry Kids of
Hungryand Monsters of Men. This may be one reasons to IVEY’s massive success in 2015.
￼The 4-piece outfit are winning over industry figures and new fans alike after receiving national airplay from Triple J as part of the 2015 Unearthed High Competition. With the added release of their latest single “Smell Of Smoke” Ivey have just completed a whirlwind of massive support shows, performing with the likes of British India, Art of Sleeping, The Delta Riggs and The Belligerents. Not only have Ivey have taken to the stage confidently, but the praise for their live performance have been as equal to their recorded works.
Their creative output also found them getting regular plays on Rage ABC, becoming one of Channel V’s discover artist and massive praise from the likes of Happy Music Blog, Pilerats and Dom Allessio (Triple J). Ivey are currently in the process of writing new material, heading into the studio next month....2016 looks to be a big year for Ivey.
IVEY | RELEASE SINGLE ‘WON’T BE’, UPCOMING AUSTRALIAN EP TOUR
Gold Coast alt-pop outfit Ivey are releasing their long-awaited second EP – Gorgeous on the 12th of October, and are touring the country to celebrate. The band will make their way up and down the East Coast over October, November and December; delivering their biggest, and most ambitious live show to date. The band played to packed out rooms earlier […]