Michael Peter
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Michael Peter

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"Something Along Those Lines"

" An Earnest, raw promising new artist... There is a sincerity and honesty in Peter's lyrics that shouldn't be ignored" - JM - Telegraph


2007 – “The 25 paper planes EP”
1. Paper Planes
2. Kindness
3. Twenty Five
4. All Over My Parade
5. Remember Love
The song Twenty Five was Michael’s first single and received Triple J play as well as a number 1 spot on mp3.com.au charts

2008 – “Patched Up Heart”
1. Last I Heard
2. Letting Out The Synchronized
3. Empty
4. Hit Like It Hurt
5. Endless
6. Realise
The song Last I Heard had multiple plays on Triple J’s Roots n All program and presenter Sarah Howells posted that Patched Up Heart was in her top 3 CDs she was listening to at the time on the Triple J website.
Nova in Sydney also picked up Last I Heard, as did ABC rado and many community radio stations around the country.

2009 – “something along those lines”
1. May
2. My Favourite
3. Shop Around
4. Heads Up
5. Feminine Skin
6. The Story
7. Spider
8. Hypersensitive
9. Golden Handcuffs
10. A Little More
11. Monsters To A Child
With the ground worked laid down by the first 2 EPs the single “My Favourite” about Peter’s wife picked up airplay on Triple J, ABC and community radio. Throughout 2009 Michael has toured every State, Capital City and many regional area’s building up a captivated live audience around Australia. The Album receiving some amazing reviews in The Sunday Telegraph (Syd), Mediasearch (On Line), Rip It Up (Adelaide), Trad N Now (VIC) & The Sunday Morning Herald (Syd)



Crashing down from the promises of fame and fortune of a band with a recording deal in 2005 Michael thought, "Fuck this, I'm going solo”.
The break up of the band became the theme of a song called "Last I Heard" that gained Michael Peter a regular spin on Triple J's Roots N All program in 2008.
Since then Michael signed a publishing deal with Foghorn and released his first Album on his own independent label teapot records. The 12 song album is called “something along those lines”.
Three massive tours later and Michael has honed his solo live performance and captured the attention of many punters, lovers of music and normally uninterested bar flies around the country.
The new album has received some impressive reviews from the Sunday Telegraph, Trad n Now, Sydney Morning Herald, Mediasearch and Rip It Up
“An earnest, raw and promising new artist…there is a sincerity and honesty in Peter’s lyrics that shouldn’t be ignored”
JM Sunday Telegraph
“ This is an amazing album that showcases one of Australia’s finest musical talents”
DG Mediasearch