Crayon Fields

With psychedelic, rock and roll, and electro emerges a band from Melbourne known for its particular indie tune to construct new harmonies mixing little of classic, synthesizers and rock streaming.
Vocalist and twelve-strings guitarist, Greff O’ Connor, bassist Brett Hudson, drummer Neil Erenstrom, and Chris Hung on keyboards are part Crayon Fields‘ line up, a band that knows how to break with traditional, and bring a sound of its own.

The four piece met back in high shool and formed the band in 2000 influenced at first by the harmonies of the 60’s that mostly referred to The Byrds, The Zombies and The Beach Boys, although, and before the band gained attention on the music scene, they evolve to a mixture of power pop, trance and indie rock that later led to the release of their debur album All the Pleasures in the World in 2009.

The Crayon Fields had a fantastic performance at the South by Southwest Music Festival as part also, of the KEXP‘s live boardcasting, where the four piece from Melbourne played “All The Pleasures Of The World“, “Disappear“, “Graceless“, “Lucky Again“, “Mirror Ball“, “Timeless“, “Voice Of Paradise“, “Would It Be So Strange

Listen to The Crayon Field’s (live @ SXSW) podcast

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