Alpine have released a video for their latest single “Shot Fox”, the track is off Alpine’s latest album Yuck, was released earlier this year…Read More
After forming in 2009, national radio station Triple J played their demos on air and awarded them the ‘JJJ Unearthed Feature Artist Of The Week’ blue ribbon before they even had time to prepare their first live show. The band signed to Ivy League Records in August 2010, and released a single, ‘Heartlove’ a month later. Their first record, an EP titled ‘Zurich’, was released in November 2010, followed by a second single from the record, ‘Villages’. In October 2011, the first single from their debut album, entitled ‘Hands’ was released. The album is set for release in early 2012.
2012 album from the Australian Indie Rock band. Alpine formed in 2009 and have gone from strength-to-strength ever since. Likened to Phoenix, Lykke Li and The xx, they’ve held the mantle of triple j Unearthed Feature Artist and have found friends online, on air and on paper. Fusing synths with honeyed harmonies, hypnotic rhythms and bright beats, Alpine appeared on the scene with a set of demos that quickly caught the attention of music lovers around the world. 2010 saw the release of their critically lauded debut EP Zurich as well as tours alongside the likes of Cloud Control, Jinja Safari, The Naked and Famous, Catcall, not to mention their own sold out national headline tour to boot.
Alpine will embark on an extensive U.S. tour this fall with Joywave, including dates in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York City. The band,…Read More
“Come On,” the opening track from Alpine’s new record Yuck, is premiering today. Yuck is set for release June 16 via Votiv Music. Yuck…Read More
Australian band Alpine’s new record Yuck will be released June 16 via Votiv Music. The video for lead single “Foolish” is out today. Yuck…Read More
It’s the sense of freedom, the freshness and feeling awakened. We deal with a a lot of personal emotions in our songs and we try to analyze those feelings whilst being in the present. Most are both confronting and uplifting.Read More