Sweater Curse

Sweater Curse

New World Artists, Exclusive Booking Agents for Sweater Curse.

Unabashedly dorks sweater curse came together quickly when members Chris, Rei and Monica started captivating Brisbane’s local scene with their charm and evocative, jangly melodies. Writing songs that have been described as ‘slightly depressing but still groovy’ and ‘introspective, slightly sparkly indie-rock’ the band carved out a niche for themselves with a throwback feel. 

 

It didn’t take long for sweater curse to catch on. With only two tracks to their name in 2017, the trio landed slots on sold out lineups with the likes of Camp Cope, Julia Jacklin, These New South Whales, Rolling Blackouts C.F., Jess Locke and Jen Cloher, as well as recent tours with Phantastic Ferniture, Polish Club and Horror My Friend.

 

Throughout the year the band maintained this momentum, also clocking up festival spots Blurst Of Times, Mountain Goat Valley Crawl, Against The Grain and Secret Garden. After releasing their second single ‘Don’t Call Me’ at the end of 2017, the band signed to New World Artists and headed out on a national headline tour, with the track stacking up airtime on triple j, Unearthed, FBi and 4ZZZ.

 

This year sweater curse have headed back into the studio, releasing their debut EP produced by Fletcher Matthews (Dear Seattle / Clews), as well as single ‘Can’t See You Anymore’ which earned them rotation on triple j as well as the coveted Unearthed Feature Artist slot. Now the band have released ‘Mon’s Song’, a track born of troubled relationships, vivid dreaming and psycho-analysis.

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Sweater Curse Announce 'See You' EP Tour

Sweater Curse Announce 'See You' EP Tour

Following the release of their highly-anticipated and widely praised debut EP, ‘See You’, Brissy sweethearts Sweater Curse are ecstatic to announce they’ll be their taking their new music on tour across the country this June. The ‘See You’ tour will see the Brisbane trio deliver their captivating and charming live performance to Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane.    ‘SEE YOU’ EP TOUR Friday 7th June 2019 – Cats @ Rocket Bar – Adelaide, SA Saturday...

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Sweater Curse Release New Single '(Hear You)'

Sweater Curse Release New Single '(Hear You)'

Brisbane’s Sweater Curse are ecstatic to announce the release of their latest single ‘(Hear You)’. The track is the latest taste of their highly-anticipated debut EP ‘See You’ out March 1st.    Much like their colossal 2018, the beginning of 2019 is seeing Sweater Curse’s list of achievements grow, with their performance at Laneway Festival in Brisbane this Saturday 2nd February, set to be broadcast live by Triple J at 3pm, plus an appearance at Farmer...

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TNSW, Party Dozen, Clea & More To Play Farmer & The Owl 2019

TNSW, Party Dozen, Clea & More To Play Farmer & The Owl 2019

Farmer & The Owl Festival 1st Line Up Announcement    Beach House  Deafheaven || Snail Mail || J Mascis  Joyce Manor || The Garden   Rhye || Alan Braxe No Mono || Flint Eastwood ||Stella Donnelly  The Aints! ||Amyl & The Sniffers   Gavin Rayna Russom (LCD Soundsystem)  A Place To Bury Strangers || Foxing Banoffee || RVG || These New South Whales   Shogun & The Sheets || Shining Bird|| Retiree The Pinheads || Party Dozen || Flyying Colours Clea || Milan Ring...

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Good Boy & Sweater Curse Announced on Against The Grain 2018

Good Boy & Sweater Curse Announced on Against The Grain 2018

Queensland’s Against The Grain festival is returning to Brisbane for its third year this November, and it has given us a lineup that’s packed to the brim with Aussie legends. Heading the bill is Melbourne four-piece City Calm Down, who are enjoying a massive year following the release of their second album Echoes In Blue. Also on the lineup are the likes of Tiny Little Houses, Maddy Jane, Good Boy, Totally Mild and Moaning Lisa....

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