Split Feed are a four-piece punk rock band hailing from Newcastle, one of Australia’s fastest growing music scenes. Managing to cement themselves as one of the tightest punk bands on the East Coast thanks to their pair of EPs Late Bloomer (2017) and Googolplex (2015), as well as the 2018 single 'Something More', the band have gone on to support heavyweights As It Is (UK), The Living End, The Bennies, The Hard Aches, British India, The Rubens and Skegss.
Although the loveable punk rockers are still recovering from their string of sold out East Coast shows and opening set at this year's revered Groovin' The Moo festival, Split Feed are not ones to slow down anytime soon. Cranking the heat to an all new high with arguably their heaviest release to date.
With 90s and early 00s punk rock firmly in their foundations, the anthemic new single 'Homesick' is a fitting example of how the four-piece have masterfully expanded to new heights, developing into a much more raw, mature and modern sound. Brash, bold, and caked in addictive melodies and riffs, 'Homesick' is undoubtedly a Newy chant, one that is an ode to broken friendships and relationships.
With no time to spare, the quartet will be heading back on the road, this time in support of 'Homesick'. Beginning with a pair of shows alongside Sydney's Perspectives, fans are encouraged to come and get rowdy with Newcastle's rowdiest as they embark on their short but sweet tour throughout NSW and ACT at the tail end of this year.