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Dan Vogl, Support - The Penny Black. Aug 2019.
Mechanical Pterodactyl, Support - Longplay. Mar 2019.
Eltham Jazz Food & Wine Festival - Eltham - Feb 2019.
Julia Johnson (Syd), Support - The Wesley Anne. July 2018.
Once Were Wild, Support. - The Bendigo Hotel. Jun 2018.
Secret Fleets, Support - Bar Open. Jun 2018.
Headline - Bar Open. Apr 2018.
Birthday Bash Headline - The Evelyn. Apr 2018.
Cacartu, Support - Bar Oussou. Mar 2018.
Blender St. Artist Market & Festival - Docklands. Feb 2018.
Headline - The Workers Club. Jan 2018.
Headline - The B.east. Nov 2017.
Single Launch (Despondent) - The Wesley Anne. Oct 2017.
BRING ME HERE
- "Letters to you from the mind's own pen" -
When Fake Sibling formed in 2016 it was a small studio project that relished in venting some creativity, with a shared wealth of experience in songwriting, performance and production.
In the months that followed, that wealth brought something to life that was more than just a ‘creative vent’. Fake Sibling was established amongst a collection of songs that seamlessly came together and begged to be released to the world.
Their first single, released in Feb’ 2017; ’Bring Me Here’, went straight to the top of the unearthed charts and lingered there for the weeks that followed, with great press and radio play across Australia to boot (including the nations favourite metro community stations, 4ZZZ, FBi, RTR, RRR & PBS). The trio realised, they hadn’t even played a show yet!
They soon knuckled down and brought their unmistakable sound and collection of original music to the stage, with the addition of some of Melbourne’s finest musicians backing them up. Their second finished track ’Despondent’, was released later in that year, and with this, they hit stages across Melbourne and have been honing their craft and presence in many of Melbourne’s top live venues for the past two years. With sold out headline shows, and supports for the likes of Dan Vogl and Sydneys Julia Johnson.
Fake Sibling, is comprised of singer/songwriter Sophie Officer producer/engineer Adam Beath and music mogul/teacher Alex Gooding. The title of Fake Sibling, comes from a place that the three feel is very important to the process that helps them create the content that they so effortlessly do — A sense of family, support, and understanding is shared between them and this helps them work as such a strong team together. Each with their strengths and each with a dedication to each other and this creative process, that clearly works so well for them.
The trio are currently working hard at bringing a new collection of songs to life and releasing them on a long overdue, and heavily in demand EP. This is due for an early 2020 release.
Declyn Byrne — “the holiest of holy spirited vocals.”
Dave Ruby Howe — “They’ve structured the mood so precisely, with all the production touches adding to the intricacy of it all.”
Claire Mooney — “I've fallen right through for this.”
AnR Magazine (UK), Aly Mchugh — “Sophie’s poignant voice reveals a reverie in the track, ultimately portraying a beautiful aesthetic illusion.”
EQ Music Blog (US), Mandy Rogers - “a sublimely breath-taking track - which is geared of real epicness.”