Bursting with finely crafted pop, swathed in post-punk and new wave, all anchored by their signature baritone.
— triple j

City Calm Down are one of the most dynamic bands currently making music in Australia. Ten years after forming, with a new album up their sleeve and over six million streams on Spotify, plus a decade of touring behind them – inc. multiple sold-out headline tours and major AU festivals (Laneway, Splendour In The Grass, Falls) – City Calm Down have forged a reputation as a fierce live act not to be missed.

April’s long-awaited release of Echoes In Blue follows the band’s acclaimed 2015 debut album, In A Restless House, and sees the band – Jack Bourke, Sam Mullaly, Lee Armstrong and Jeremy Sonnenberg – reuniting with In A Restless House producer Malcolm Besley. On the astonishing new record, their accomplished songwriting takes a unprecedented step forward: Echoes In Blue is the sound of a band staking their claim.