October 13, 2016 Australian alt-rock band The Griswolds have returned with a few tricks up their sleeve in their second album, High Times for Low Lives, set for a Nov. 11 release.
Author: Amy Fennie
September 23, 2016 This week, we’ve got another eclectic range of innovative jams from Bishop Briggs to Anderson .Paak and everything in between.
Author: Yasmin Damoui
August 22, 2014 A band born from 80s rock synth, The Griswolds' latest song, “16 Years,” serves as a catalyst of anticipation for their debut album, Be Impressive. Riding the white-tipped wave of Australian musicians, the harmlessly rambunctious indie outfit are the latest band to make a break from the Outback and into the embracing arms of American rock fans. “16 Years” infatuates the ears with a hearty 80s atmosphere; deep synths, electro piano riffs, and steady rock ‘n roll drumming. Lyrically, the verses seamlessly fit into the instrumental of the song, enticing feelings of nostalgia and summer lust. The track will serve as the introduction to the album, and in our opinion, it’s definitely the right choice. Listen below and grab a free download!
December 6, 2013 Hip-hop, meet The Griswolds.
October 29, 2013 "I think our style of music all comes down to big choruses you can sing along to,” says Christopher Whitehall, singer and guitarist of The Griswolds. Big, fizzy choruses are what this five-piece outfit from Sydney are all about. Take their single “Mississippi,” a tropical mess of power-pop off their debut Heart of a Lion EP. It’s the song that inspired Whitehall and guitarist Daniel Duque-Perez to flesh out their jam session into a full on band, adding bassist Tim John, drummer Chris Riley and keyboardist Lachlan West to complete the picture. If you’re a fan of partying, sugar highs and bands that rhyme with Campfire tree’s end, do yourself a favor and check out their artist page at onestowatch.com. Also, grab an exclusive download of “Mississippi” below.