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        “These young-gun indie rockers have been making a name for themselves ... and are sure to start winning the hearts of plenty more Sydney-siders and beyond.”  (Monster Children)

Gully Days are four mates - Ethan Eshuys (vocals), Luke Morris (Guitar), Holden Fadjukov (Bass), and Lewis Kennedy-Hunt (Drums). After a few fleeting encounters in the surf, Luke invited Ethan and Lewis over for a jam. Despite their different musical backgrounds, spanning Punk to Jazz, the boys were quick to find their feet.


The Sydney-based indie rockers have been making a raucous impact in their own Bondi backyard, from starting out organising their own shows at local bowling clubs, to more recently selling out major venues including Oxford Art Factory and more. Their energetic and hell-crazed performances have earned them a loyal and ever-growing fan base.


Recent press has seen Gully Days feature in Monster Children's Top Seven Emerging Sydney Bands line-up, and Life Without Andy's Homegrown Fire series. Recent releases received airplay on MTV Australia/NZ along with Australian radio play on FBI, 2ser and more.


The Gully Days sound has been dynamic from the outset. Early recordings such as Wouldn’t Wanna Be You capture the band’s raw live energy, in contrast to the softer approach in their latest single Don’t Even Know Me, working alongside ARIA winning producer Adrian Breakspear. As the band continues to hone in on their own sound, their recent work with Jack Nigro (Pacific Avenue, The Terrys) strikes a daring middle-ground between the sonics of previous releases and is undoubtedly their best yet. Look forward to Gully Days releasing new bangers throughout 2022.

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