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Since releasing their debut EP Traitor in late 2010, Brisbane ten-piece Inland Sea have gone from strength to strength.
Traitor‘s lead single All Fall Down garnered high-rotation on Triple J, as well as an International Songwriting Award. 2011 has so far seen performances at Laneway and Playground Weekender festivals, as well as support slots for the John Steel Singers/Jonathan Boulet Here’s Johnny tour and the sold out Passenger Flight of the Crow tour. The ten-piece have shared their sound with much of the Australian East Coast and left them wanting more.
Throughout October, Inland Sea will be joined by fellow up and coming Australian acts The Rescue Ships (NSW) and Jackson McLaren (VIC) for the “One, Two, Ten Tour” along the East Coast.
After a very successful Big Sound performance which saw the band gain a stellar review in NME Magazine and airplay on BBC Radio 1, Inland Sea are set to release their highly anticipated second EP, Fortune, in October through Brisbane label Plus One.
“Inland Sea bring the sweat-soaked Zoo to a tear-inducing silence.” – NME Magazine, September 2011
"Five-part harmonies, great instrumentation and most importantly fabulous songs" - Time Off Magazine "...swelling dynamic that is hard to hate" - Richard Kingsmill, Triple J
“Inland Sea’s sound in their debut EP Traitor is rich with texture, and all of it is interwoven into the songs gently and purposefully.” – Fasterlouder
“...amazing musicianship and cohesion that only a large group of talented musicians could possibly possess.” – The Dwarf
“...downright beautiful” – Rave
“All Fall Down - 1st Prize in the Unsigned category” - International Songwriting Competition
This is just the beginning. Come fall into the Inland Sea.