Hey Geronimo gave an incredible performance on Triple J’s Like a Version today. Their cover was a fusion of Courtney Barnett’s “Pedestrian at Best” and Regurgitator’s “Happiness”. They also gave a killer performance of their latest single “Boredom”.
Their performance on triple j Like a Version coincides with the release of their debut album ‘Crashing Into the Sun’, out today on Chugg Music via Inertia. The album is a dizzying, rambunctious 40-minute collection of rock and guitar pop, which is the result of three years and four different songwriters. It runs the gamut from the tumbling title track to the almost impossibly catchy “Bake a Cake”, which left-hand turns into hook after hook after hook. Somewhere in the middle sits the lead single “Boredom” and of course the beach-bum Beatle’s vibes of “The Girl Who Likes Me”.
“THE BEST DEBUT ALBUM I'VE HEARD THIS YEAR” THE MUSIC 4.5*
The band will be hitting the road on 15th July to give live music fans their first chance to hear an explosion of music from their debut album. Starting off in Adelaide and finishing up in Brisbane, audiences should expect a dizzying night of warped rock when Hey Geronimo hit the stage.
Tour dates listed below:
Friday, 15th July @ Cats (Rocket Bar) – Adelaide, SA
Supports; Alice Ivy, Lost Woods, The Montreals
Saturday, 16th July @ The Curtain Band Room – Melbourne, VIC
Supports; Darling James
Saturday, 30th July @ Newtown Social Club – Sydney, NSW
Supports; Wasters, Wild Honey
Friday, 5th August @ Black Bear Lodge – Brisbane, QLD
Supports; Alex L’Estrange, Pop Cult
Further details and ticketing information are available at www.heygeronimo.com
“Rarely does psychedelic guitar-pop sound so downright excitable” - STACK MAGAZINE
“Hey Geronimo present a warped ‘roided-up Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons meets Ball Park Music soundscape” – AAA BACKSTAGE
“It's a little indie pop, it's a little retro, but it's a lot of fun." “ his is an incredibly well-crafted and clever offering, with catchy tunes and well-crafted lyrics" - MAKE THE SWITCH
"Hey Geronimo’s debut, self-titled EP is a record that is in a class of it’s own. That juicy class of pop infused indie goodness. The 60s pop influences are clear and each and every song on the EP is catchy as all hell” - THE AU REVIEW