HEAR THIS: The John Steel Singers

November 30. 2011 | By Catriona Noble


Photos by Cybele Malinowski

Brace yourselves people, The John Steel Singers are this generation’s answer to a unique and twisted interpretation of the musical revolution that went down in the ’70s. Don’t be fooled by their name, John Steel was frontman Tim Morrissey’s toy horse as a child. This six-piece array of talented, multi instrument band formed in 2008, under the watchful eye of Robert Foster aka legendary The Go-Betweens, are ready for us now. Creative, cheeky, and pushing the boundaries of their indie-pop genre The John Steel Singers utilizes their gorgeous energy and harmonies. The progressive build of their songs totally engages all your senses and triggers the soul, making the listener inquisitive and wanting more. Their story-telling lyrics, use of an assortment of musical goodies from brass, percussion, guitar, drums, flute, ukulele, and harmonies puts you VIP front row of their amazing magical mystery tour.

The John Steel Singers – Rainbow Kraut MP3

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