The Foreign Objects
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The Foreign Objects

Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia | INDIE

Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia | INDIE
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EP. " Amongst ghosts, by the sea. " Released April 2010 through Inertia



The Foreign Objects – ‘Amongst Ghosts, By The Sea’

Triple J: Played on Home and Hosed

RRR: Added to selected shows

FBI: Added to Dead Air

4ZZZ: “The Vampirate” playlisted 10th March

RTR: “Broken Preacher” – playlisted 18th March

PBS: Played and interviews

Time Off: interview and news bits

Blunt: Review – May 2010

Port Macquarie : Star FM

The Foreign Objects are brothers Luke and David Hall along side long time compadre’s Josh Sims and Cam Campbell. The Foreign Objects come from the coastal NSW town of Port Macquarie. The Foreign Objects will release their eagerly-awaited debut EP, ‘Amongst Ghosts, by the sea’, 26th March on Cross Section through Inertia.  

The Foreign Objects wear their influences on their sleeve, combining their love of Iggy Pop, The White Stripes, Queens of the Stone Age, The Hives and their ilk to produce a punk ferociousness matched only by their rock swagger.
Having come together only eleven months ago, the group have built their name the old-fashioned way:  tirelessly performing for an ever-growing base of devoted locals. As word spread of their furious live sets, their profile skyrocketed. Soon they were selling out headline shows in their hometown, performing alongside the likes of Spiderbait, Little Birdy and Children Collide at 2009’s Festival of the Sun, and supporting the likes of Grinspoon, Philadelphia Grand Jury, The Boxer Rebellion (UK), and The Scare!
Boasting a raucous, relentless sound, debut EP ‘Amongst Ghosts, By The Sea’, was recorded at Line Level Studios in Port Macquarie. Bolstered by blistering opening track “Get Outa My Sun” and the rapid-fire showstopper “Vampirate”, the record is built on rock’s fundamentals: 60s and 70s beats, punk-fueled guitar triplets, sweltering riffs, and chaotic, howled vocals.

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