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Since their inception in mid-2014, Melbourne band The Hunted Crows have been leaving crowds around Australia with sore necks. The band has played over 80 shows in their short existence, constantly performing to interstate crowds.
This vicious work ethic the duo displays has begun to pay off; “Crowds and performances are consistently strong, with much dancing , and crowd surfing.” [The Dwarf, 2015].
Their music has been described as "a heady blend of angry almost punk-blues riffs, with swinging drums and vocals that sound like the guy from Kings of Leon finally dropped his balls and started drinking heavily." [The Sludgelord, 2015]
At the core of their performance is a raw energy, one that is felt mutually by their enthusiastic crowds.Through catchy choruses, punchy riffs, and an erratic stage presence, The Hunted Crows deliver a powerful show, one not to be forgotten.
Luy (pronounced Lewi) Amiel (Guitar/Backup Vox)
Jacob Linnett (Drums, Lead Vox)
ONLINE PROFILES & LINKS
JAN 2015 - Yah Yah's Residency
"What is a meteoric rise? They've got great songs, with choruses that stick in your head gig to gig. Stage presentation is fluid and confident. Crowds and performances have been consistently strong, with much dancing, and crowd surfing."
"GET OUT" - SINGLE (SEP 2015)
"A corker of a single"
JOY OF VIOLENT MOVEMENT
"An enormous, swaggering arena-rocking sound of power chord-heavy guitar lines, tweeter and woofer rocking, hip-hop influenced beats paired with bluesy, boozily shouted vocals."
"THE HUNTED CROWS EP" (SEP 2014) REVIEWS
"A heady blend of angry almost punk-blues riffs, with swinging drums and vocals that sound like the guy from Kings of Leon finally dropped his balls and started drinking heavily."
"The Hunted Crows' first EP makes you sit up and take notice"
"an inventive and energetic vision of rock and roll"
[Behind the scenes at The Hunted Crows 2014 EP recording]
+Cherry Award 2014
+Over 60 shows in their first year, playing many venues (including Corner Hotel, Yah Yah's, Bendigo Hotel, Cherry Bar, The Espy) and alongside many acts
including Electric Mary, Tumbleweed, King of the North, Greenthief, Palace of the King, The Deep End, Destrends, From Oslo The Ugly Kings, The Royal Artillery (Bris), Verticoli (Tas), Captives, Horror My Friend (Adelaide), I Am Duckeye, The Hidden Venture, Born Lion, Two Headed Dog, Dear Thieves, and many more..