Ben Stewart / Vocals + Guitar
Albert Doan / Guitars
Alex Quale / Bass
Patrick Murphy / Drums
From headline touring, major support slots and festivals to new music releases, 2019 was a watershed year for Melbourne’s Slowly Slowly. The four-piece opened the year playing arenas alongside the likes of Red Hot Chili Peppers and Amy Shark, amid releasing their acclaimed single ‘Jellyfish’. Following a live performance on the coveted Good Az Friday stage, a rinsing on triple j rotation and a sold out national headline tour, the band backed it up with the release of singles ‘Creature Of Habit Pt. 2’, Safety Switch’ and ‘Low’, and played massive stages including Splendour In The Grass, Good Things and more.
Slowly Slowly first introduced their endearing and anthemic brand of punk rock on their 2016 debut Chamomile, before 2018’s St. Leonards further harnessed critical acclaim and global attention.
Poised to release some of their most compelling music to date in the coming months, 2020 is shaping to further propel Slowly Slowly further into recognition as the most captivating rock band to come out of Australia of late.