LETTERS TO LIONS
South Sydney boys, Letters to Lions can be described as a concoction of swooning aggression and dance pop sensibility with comparisons to Kings of Leon, WU LYF, last Dinosaurs and Foals; the boys may just become your new favourite indie band.
Sharing stages with with the likes of San Cisco, KLP, The Ruminaters, Skeggs, Burn Anteares, The Lulu Rose, The Closure and the Jungle Giants… you may recognise their unique and dynamic sound. Their live shows can only be described as breathtaking and chaotic, seeing physical energy shift between two guitarists race around the room only to fall on the stable shoulders of that bass is truly quite a spectacle.
You may also remember them as the guitar driven four-piece band that lit up the main stage at The Sound of Suburbs festival alongside Holy, Holy, The Beautiful Girls, Bleeding Knees Club, Citizen Kay and a few others. Remember them yet?
The local legends you see once and never forget. Comprising of four dubious and emotional young men from Sydney’s south, Letters to Lions will steal your attention and make you spill your drink.
THEIR VIBE IS SOMEWHERE BETWEEN THE BEST NIGHT YOU CAN’T REMEMBER AND AN ENDLESS SUMMER FESTIVAL.
The lads single "Following" made its way up the Unearthed charts at Number 2, while "I’m Still Young" at Number 6.
Letters to Lions are back and making some serious noise with the release of their second EP, Grays Point. Capturing the raw essence of rock and roll within it, Grays Point pairs crashing guitars and amped up rhythms with the cool, laid-back vibes Letters to Lions could only provide.