STIFI is a melting pot of reggae, psych, pop and bourbon. Hypnotising you into a swaying trance, then punching you in the face for dancing like a hippy. Their borderline contradictory fusion of flavours speaks to every walk of life, and it’s this multiplicity which makes the world their oyster.
For the comparison minded:
If the Clash, Pink Floyd and Arctic Monkeys are three beads of sweat that meet rolling down your back, Sticky Fingers are there licking it up.
Dylan Frost (vocals/guitar) Seamus Coyle, (lead guitar), Paddy Cornwall, (bass), Beaker Best, (drums), and Freddy Crabs, (keys), have earned a household name on the strength of their seductive style and high-voltage shows. Bottle decadence, swagger and plenty of hard-yards and you have one of Australia’s hottest musical exports Sticky Fingers.
Sticky Fingers are the perfect storm in a stifling indie-rock climate. It’s no surprise their infectious flavour has propelled them to dizzying heights on the charts (their new album ‘Westway (The Glitter and the Slums)’ debuted #1 on the ARIA Album Charts, their sophomore album ‘Land of Pleasure’ debuted at #1 on AIR Independent Charts), clocked up an arsenal of viral hits (‘How To Fly’ is sitting on 5.4 million YouTube views, ‘Australia Street’ has 4.6 million), drew record festival crowds (20,000 at Splendour In The Grass 2016), and sold-out tours the world over.
STI FI is the soundtrack to a sunbathed kick-on. It’s the birth child of a fling between Manchester Rock and Kingston Dub, luring listeners into their worst behaviour with a salivating caress of the soul.