The Prevues
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The Prevues

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Perth, Western Australia, Australia
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We have recorded our first single- Teenage Love which will be released mid may. There is also a filmclip that you can watch on youtube- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlunL6ZCX-A&feature=share. Teenage Love is currently getting airplay on RTR.

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The Prevues are a Perth band delivering indie pop and cave dwelling harmonies straight to your ears. Their songs focus on rolling bass lines intertwined with jangly guitars and brooding keys building towards elevated crescendos. Lead singer Matt Beahan takes on a Lou Reed vibe with his lazy drawl and jagged phrasing as he sing about broken romance and life in this modern age.

Since forming in 2011 they have been working hard both on stage and off honing their brand of indie pop and perfecting their sound. In their short history they have managed to play alongside some of Perth’s top indie bands including The Autumn Isles, The Morning Night and Rainy Day Women.

The Prevues sound shows glimpses of The Strokes and Television but they also have some slower, darker ballads that place their sound in a whole different genre, comparable to indie darlings Girls. The real stand out for the band is their ability to blend a range of influences across the decades of indie rock without being pigeonholed into one type of sound.

Drum Media on The Prevues.... “New kids on the block The Prevues are creating a brand of indie rock that blends modern influences such as The Strokes with the style and pop of retro bands like Television and The Kinks. The result is a diverse sound that ranges from catchy indie pop to emotional ballads with swirling guitars and keyboard arrangements. Their radio-friendly vibe is particularly evident in the track The Teenage, which was well received by the audience who applauded with enthusiasm.”