The Mis-Made are headed back to beloved Bannermans Bar as part of the Fringe Festival.
Get your tickets soon!
Supports: Weekend Recovery & The Throwaways
Originally formed in 2012 by singer/songwriter and lead guitarist, Jess Finlayson. Finlayson reigns from Australian, all female, hard rock Sydney band Nitocris, who tore through Australia and achieved many milestones, which included filling the main stage of Big Day Out, supporting Deep Purple, The Cult, Suicidal Tendencies and causing chaos and havoc through the 90’s and 2000’s.
With a pounding rhythm section (Rexy Yasa on Bass and Nerida Wu on drums) behind them, The Mis-Made released their second EP – Maelstrom in early 2015 with an east tour of Austra...lia in support of the E.P, followed by an international tour of the UK/Europe, in Sept/Oct 2015, which saw them play with some amazing international bands such as, Mother's Cake, White Miles, The Kut and Ann My Guard. Produced by Lachlan Mitchell, Maelstrom is a combination of hard-edged, dark pop/rock, with haunting harmonies and catchy melodies. The E.P embodies eerie violins and travels through tales of war, sexism and the need for creative freedom.
2016 was another huge year for the band, ending with a bang for The Mis-Made after scoring the much coveted support spot for rock legends, L7 at The Metro in Sydney as well as a nomination at the 2016 Music Oz, Independent Music awards. The band have been touring relentlessly for the past 12 months covering a lot of ground on home soil with the double A-side single release, recorded at Faust studios in Prague during their 2015 tour of Europe. The Mis-Made finally completed their debut full length album, 'Changeling' with the first two singles released in November 2016 supported by two film clips for tracks Blood Money (Finlayson) and Ice (written by Jess Coram). Changeling was released on August 1st 2017 and is available for cd purchase and download through MGM Distribution.
2017 saw The Mis-Made completing another successful tour of Europe and the UK in 2017, including a performance on the Introducing Stage at the legendary Rebellion Punk Festival which resulted in the band being invited back for the second time and playing on one of the main stages.
The Mis-Made will touring Internationally once again and working on new material due for release in late 2018.
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