the morning after girls
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the morning after girls

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The best kept secret in music


"Head and Shoulders"

the morning after girls stand head and shoulders above the current nu-rock - Drum Media


Hypnotic, driven and thoroughly brilliant - Time Off Magazine


Their significance will envelop you - Drum Media

"The best damn band"

The best damn band from OZ or anywhere for that matter to hit NYC in 2005 (yes, Bloc Party and Kaiser Chiefs included) -

"The Haunt"

…owing as much to Spiritualized and Spaceman 3 as they do the Brian Jonestown Massacre…the haunt of my bloody valentine and the Jesus and many chain is all over the morning after girls… - Yahoo Music

"Warhol's Factory"

psyche-pop…industrial feedback from Warhol’s Factory…the soft sweep pop of Ride, via the melodic edge of Sonic Youth… - Beat Magazine

"Fuck Gigs"

Fuck Gigs: this group seems hell bent on making their performances into happenings… -


Elegantly wasted psychedelic pop... - Inpress Magazine


the morning after girls ep
released 10.11.03

01 fireworks
02 straight thru you
03 hidden spaces
04 run for our lives
05 lazy greys
06 straight thru you (video)

the morning after girls 2 ep
released 10.01.05

01 chasing us under
02 hi-skies
03 interlude
04 always mine
05 fall before waking
06 slowdown
07 hi-skies (video)
08 hidden spaces (video)

straight thru you / hidden spaces
7" single (white vinyl)
released 07.07.03

01 straight thru you
02 hidden spaces


Feeling a bit camera shy


There have been very few acts that have managed to literally set the musical world on fire in a chaotic manner. Names such as The Jesus & Mary Chain, Primal Scream, The Psychedelic Furs, The Pixies & My Bloody Valentine all fall into this category.

Bands such as these have both created & inspired discordant melodies that have captured the collective ears of an international community. For this reason, we are extremely proud to present the very haunting, the very dark and light, & the very chaotic & mysterious pop world of the morning after girls.

the morning after girls started playing in & around Melbourne, Australia almost two years ago, rolling out their unique brand of psychedelic, Velvet-Underground-meets-21st-Century-dissillusionment. And since then everyone from the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, the Black Keys & The Brian Jonestown Massacre found the wisdom to invite the band to share the stage.

Much has happened since the first EP release. Founding members Sacha Lucashenko and Martin B. Sleeman relocated to Sydney, with a new line-up combining the talents with like-minded friends; Aimee Nash (voice / guitars / keyboards / percussion), Scott Von Ryper (bass / voice / keyboards) & Anton Jakovljevic (percussion).

As word spread overseas, the morning after girls started receiving offers to come and play in the US, UK and Japan. In March 2005 they headed over to the USA to perform at the internationally coveted SXSW Music Conference & five select dates. What ensued when they landed were offers to play all over the country, playing 11 shows instead of the five, with media touting them as “the best damn band from OZ or anywhere for that matter to hit NYC in 2005 (yes, Bloc Party and Kaiser Chiefs included)” (

Finding new friends and fans all over the country, praise and support for the morning after girls has been noted from members of such bands as The Warlocks, The Ravonettes, The Dandy Warhols, & The Brian Jonestown Massacre.

With the local release of their second EP, the morning after girls 2, the morning after girls are here to set the world on fire, bringing their unique take on psychedelia to the world.