Tim Steward

Tim Steward

 Brisbane, Queensland, AUS
BandAlternativeAcoustic

Tim Steward released his debut solo album last year to worldwide critical acclaim. Better known as frontman for cult Aussie noise pop band Screamfeeder, he has spent over 5 years zeroing in on the completed vision which is HOW DOES IT END.

Biography

myspace: www.myspace.com/timsteward

bio: www.tsteward.com/timstewardbio2007.pdf

• HOW DOES IT END - album finalist in the Australia Music Award 2007
• NOT THE SAME - Winning song in the 2007 Q SONG Award; Alternative Song and Song Of The Year.

"Everyone is right about Show Your Bones. When it was released I thought nothing could beat it... but then How Does It End (Tim Steward) came out and it's fucking incredible. Tim wins.."
Best album of 2006 - Fasterlouder.com.au

"Tim's solo album “How Does It End” is miles away from his work with Screamfeeder and THE WHATS. Yet this intimate style with great singing and outstanding melodies clearly leads the path to a very bright future for Tim Steward"
Rootstime - Belgium

Tim is better known as the front man for Brisbane’s Screamfeeder. The band has been around for over 10 years and have established a dedicated international fanbase.

HOW DOES IT END is Tim's debut solo album, and he is currently writing and rehearsing new songs for his next one with his brand new band line up. This album will be a louder affair; more of a live-band album.

see also: www.screamfeeder.com

Discography

HOW DOES IT END
album 2006

Radio has picked up on most of the songs from the album but in particular Not The Same.
Radio airplay has been in Australia, Netherlands, Belgium, France and Germany.

Set List

30 - 60 minutes of original material.

The set is pretty dynamic - going from the super quiet or sparse songs from the album to our newer ones which are far more band-orientated, live and loud. We all swap instruments a lot.

The album is very atmospheric, structured and layed. Live we don't tend to try and recreate that, instead going for a looser, louder and more fun approach. It would be no fun to stand there on stage being all technical, we're not one of those bands.. we're the opposite.