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Biography

This young Sydney trio is a creative unit unto itself, being brought together initially by music this trio have mashed up their film making and electronic art capabilities to create a truly unique artistic platform.

Sparring with producer Tim Ebandit Powles (Regular John, The Church, iOTA, Laura Imbruglia) to challenge and extrapolate output, they have released two EP’s in the past two years, working closely with Spacejunk through MGM.

Their debut release I Never Knew EP favourably received by radio and music media, was the bands introduction to the world of music lovers and consumers. This effort was followed up by ‘The Ocean Floor’ EP released in 2008, making its way to radio and media throughout late 2008, supported by an extensive and rigorous performing schedule taking the boys interstate, and earning an invitation to support The Church on their 2009 ‘So Love May Find Us’ Tour. ASTREETLIGHTSONG have had much rotational airplay on FBi Radio (Sydney), Triple J support, community play and Rage Airings for each video clip including Lighthouse as clip of the week- (see the clip at myspace-) the result of unique online interaction between a Polish visual artist and members of the band.

2009 saw ASTREETLIGHTSONG focus on developing new material for their upcoming album, including their first single ‘Remind Me’ released August 2009. Between writing episodes ASTREETLIGHTSONG returned to the stage with in addition to Australian East Coast gigs, also included a brief US jaunt.

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"The boys of ASTREETLIGHTSONG have been organizing themselves into a powerful force in Oz indie these three years past and they are about ready to blow" - Simone Ubaldi for BEAT Magazine in Melbourne

"There's an inescapable kind of quirky looking back at the dark early 80's post-punk, Cure/Joy Division, churning, urgent downstrokes vibe about this local four-piece" - Michael Smith for DRUM MEDIA in Sydney"

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