“It won’t be long until the masses start swooning” – Beat Magazine
“14 Years Young explodes out of the gates with a surf punk energy Nathan Williams would approve of” – Tone Deaf
“14 Years Young is two minutes of garage goodness” - Richard Kingsmill, Triple J ****
“Big Weak’s infectious hooks will get under your skin” – Brag Magazine
Having just wrapped up an east coast headline tour, Sydney garage fuzz band Food Court are ready to drop their latest single On The River. The band is also stoked to announce they will be supporting the highly buzzed UK indie rock outfit Catfish And The Bottlemen when their debut Australian tour hits Sydney this January.
Food Court are also thrilled to welcome to their team the booking expertise of Harry Moore at 123 Agency. The agency boasts a roster including Kingswood, The Delta Riggs, and Drunk Mums and will represent Food Court in the live arena. On the signing Moore said, “We are all super excited that Food Court have joined the 123 Agency family. I caught their show recently and it was simply one of best live shows I have been to in a long time”.
On The River is the second single from the band’s EP Big Weak, with their first single 14 Years Young being the 9th most played song on Triple J recently and has been a mainstay on the stations playlist in recent months.
The EP was recorded by Sydney producer Owen Penglis and mastered by Mikey Young. Food Court are made up of Cristian Campano on vocals/guitar, Lewis McKeown on bass/vocals, Dan De Santis on guitar and Nic Puertolas on drums.
The band are about to wrap up what has been a big 2014, both with 14 Years Young being added to high rotation to Triple J, plus supporting the likes of Dune Rats, Palms and Bad//Dreems it would be fair to say things are on the up for Food Court.
Big Weak is out now independently on Band Camp and you catch the band supporting Catfish And The Bottlemen
Free single downloads available at www.foodcourtband.bandcamp.com
SUPPORTING ‘CATFISH AND THE BOTTLEMEN’ (UK) THIS JANUARY
Catfish And The Bottlemen – Monday 19th January
Oxford Art Factory, SYDNEY
Supported by Food Court
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released 10 December 2014