Tell us about your new single ‘Sardines’?
Stefan: Sardines suck. The small oily fish that is. Sometimes, things you hate are cool though because they give reference to what you do like. You can’t fully appreciate good things, if there aren’t bad things. If everything was brilliant, nothing would be brilliant. Ya know?
What’s your favourite work at this point in time?
Angus: They’re all our little sonic babies and we can’t pick favourites :).
How would you describe your sound in food form and why?
Angus: Pop rocks & vomit. We do a pretty neat job of blending some of the lines between a few genres (such as pop and/or rock) and pop rocks are a tasty as.
Tell us a quick, on the road or studio, anecdote.
Stefan totalled his car on the way to tracking our last single! We got all the tracks done but called the tune ‘deadheads’ because he defs is one for pullin’ that stunt off!
What, or who, inspires you?
Stefan: Zack Villere, Steve Lacy are both rad bananas. Anything where the artist, as well as the music, are groovy!
Which song do you wish you wrote?
Stefan: Pokemon Theme Song – Jason Paige (1999)
What’s next for you?
Tourz, tourz, tourz, singlez, singlez singlez, heapz of fun stuff!
What’s your scene?
Angus: Probably that one in Pulp Fiction where Sammy Jackson and JT have to clean all the blood out of the car because we always get ourselves in silly situations and Tarantino is darn cool.
Coming in hot off the back of the release of their debut EP ‘Indigo Club’ and beloved single ‘Deadheads’, which garnered national radio play, saw the band tour nationally, land support slots with the likes of Andy Bull, The Last Dinosaurs, Alpine and amass rave reviews. “It’s hard to wrap my head around how songs can still affect me as much as ‘Deadheads’ does.” Indie Shuffle “File next to: The Jungle Giants, Two Door Cinema Club, music you can’t stop tapping your foot to” Dom Alessio Triple J “[It’s] as if we’d been listening to The Montreals for years as they played the soundtrack to our fumbling early 20s.” The Music. Now, Adelaide indie poppers The Montreals deliver us their dreamy new indie-pop single ‘Sardines’.
After the success of the debut EP which has seen over half a million streams the slick Adelaide outfit are ready leap into 2018 with their brand new banger. “We are super duper excited for y’all to hear the new single! I wanna get married, seeya soon Australia” The Montreals. Sardines’, hits all the right notes for the perfect summer sing-along. It’s got more groove than Stella, juicy AF harmonies, swirling 80’s synths and is guaranteed to have you belting out “Make me feel good, Make me feel good, if you want me to, you could be mine, you could be mine if you want me too”. It’s a foot tapping, head nodding, feel good tune that will give you all the warm and fuzzies. ‘Sardines’ is available now.
After sharing a festival stage with Duke Dumont and Safia as part of Adelaide’s Oh Yes Festival and supporting the likes of Northeast Party House and The Creases in 2017, The Montreals are excited to celebrate the release of ‘Sardines’ with a headline tour.
Thursday 12th April Moonshine Bar Sydney
Friday 13th April Selina’s Sydney
Sunday 15th April Grace Darling Melbourne
Friday 20th April Fat Controller Adelaide