Satellite Sky

Satellite Sky

 Los Angeles, California, USA

Satellite Sky is the vision of Melbourne siblings Pete Kicks (vocals/guitar) & Kim Kicks (drums). It's Rock n Roll with an indie pop sensibility. Anchored by “one of the best female drummers on the planet” Satellite Sky leaves audiences knowing they witnessed an extraordinary rock n roll experience!


Satellite Sky is the musical vision of Australian siblings, Pete Kicks (vocals/guitar) & Kim Kicks (drums). It sees an exploration of their rock n roll influences with a grandiose flavor akin to artists such as The Verve and Bowie, while drawing on raw elements of Supergrass and The Hives.

Working with producer Paul Lani (U2, Motley Crue, Prince), Satellite Sky released their debut EP in May 2011. Widely acclaimed by both industry and fans alike, they have significantly increased their reputation as a formidable songwriting force. Two of the tracks, ‘I Like It’ and ‘With You’ can be heard in L.A Film Festival winner ‘Almost Kings’. The Band will also feature in the forthcoming music documentary ‘Rockin The Wall’ while their latest single 'Got This Feeling' will feature in Budweiser's upcoming Summer Olympics campaign in The U.S.

This year has seen the Band touring throughout the U.S including several standout showcases in Los Angeles and at SxSW in Austin, Texas. Last October, they headed to New York to officially showcase at the CMJ Festival.

Prior to forming Satellite Sky, Pete & Kim toured consistently throughout the globe. This included performances at Popkomm, Canadian Music Week, SxSW, and exclusive showcases in Los Angeles, New York, London and Berlin. Their music has received significant radio support at both national and international levels, including KROQ (USA), X-FM (UK), and Triple J (Aus).

Anchored by what many industry insiders regard as “one of the best female drummers on the planet”, Satellite Sky has a stage show that leaves audiences with the knowledge they were witness to an extraordinary Rock ‘n Roll experience!


Satellite Sky EP (2011)