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Brisbane, Queensland, Australia | INDIE

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia | INDIE
Band Alternative EDM




"Press Reviews"

Press we’ve found that makes us sound good:

"They're a downright exciting Brissie band."
- Gareth Bryant, Scene Magazine

"more fun than an impromptu beach party with fire breathing dancers and mermaids!"
- Charlie Traynor, Nova 106.9FM

"Non-vegetarian sunny pop in the '60s jangly vein. A tricky vein to pull off being in. I love the laid back verses..."
- Steph Hughes, triple j, reviewing Red Green Blue

“it's got a nice groove and I love the cowbell in the chorus.”
- Vijay Khurana, triple j

“This CD is a brilliant debut release and raises the stakes for the glut of young Brisbane indie pop bands trying to do this stuff at the moment – The Baby Seal Club have freaking nailed it dudes.”
- Time Off Magazine, reviewing Paradise EP

“…The Baby Seal Club open with their interesting take on power pop that takes me right back to a golden era of Brisbane music, when the festivals were free, liquor licensing loose and indie rock ruled the day.”
- Rave Magazine, reviewing live show at the Zoo
- Various


Paradise EP (2010)
Castaways EP (2011)



SEALS play a unique blend of psychedelic pop and electro funk. Some of their songs are happy and jangly, others are heavier and dancier. All of them are catchy.

SEALS evolved in early 2011 after two years known as The Baby Seal Club. They will release the first material under the new name - their follow-up EP Castaways - with a headline show at Brisbane’s The Zoo on June 17. From there the band go international, embarking on a 15 stop tour of the UK.

'This CD is a brilliant debut release and raises the stakes for a glut of young indie pop bands..' Time Off

Their debut EP Paradise (2010) was self-produced on a budget of $0.02 and captured the raw energy of a band realising they were at the start of something magnificent.

Since then, things have been happening fast. Paradise attracted the attention of both press and punters alike: single of the week in Time Off and glowing reviews in every important Queensland music publication. Radio play is building. Crowds are dancing.

The band made their TV debut when Death Ray was chosen for the final of the recent Quiksilver Pro surf contest. When Balcony TV announced they were opening a Brisbane branch, it was SEALS they chose to mark the occasion - with an acoustic version of their B side Creepy. Most recently, The Red Cross Blood Bank approached the band to film a mini-documentary which they will use to raise youth awareness.

Their music can be found in many places, mostly for free: JJJ unearthed, facebook, bandcamp, soundcloud, myspace and itunes. Or you can get a good old fashioned hard copy at one of their upcoming shows.