JuliaWhy? releases new video/single for ‘Just One Night’

By on October 7, 2014

Sydney pop-punk three piece JuliaWhy? recently won the Triple J Unearthed NIDA competition 2014, and have released a new music video for their single ‘Just One Night’ – off their new EP ‘Wheel‘ (due out on EXXE Records in November).

The music video was premiered on ABC’s RAGE last week and JuliaWhy? were triple J Unearthed Feature Artist of the Week.

Final year film direction students from the National Institute of Dramatic Art created this music video, from the narrative and concept through to filming and editing, as part of NIDA’s partnership with triple j Unearthed. On the making of the video, lead singer of JuliaWhy? says, “I had no idea what to expect to be honest but I’m really pleased with how it turned out. It looks amazing and it’s pretty hilarious – fun but dark.

JuliaWhy? are made up of Julia Wylie (singer/guitarist/bassist), who also plays in Snotty Babies and The Cathys. Peter Beringer (drummer) runs Audile Design (a recording studio in Marrickville, Sydney) and plays drums in Sleep Debt and King Tears Mortuary. He has recorded/mixed bands like Day Ravies, Ghastly Spats and Red Red Kroovy. Matt Frederickson (guitarist/bassist) is obsessed with country music and wishes he could make a living brewing moonshine, much to Julia’s dismay.

Up Coming Shows:

Saturday 1st November – The Captain Cook Hotel, Sydney, NSW w/ TBC

Saturday 8th November – 107 Projects, Redfern, Sydney NSW,  EXXE Records Launch

Media Praise:

“Scratchy, frenetic, gritty and catchy as hell.” – Dom Alessio, triple j Home & Hosed

“A swift kick to the earhole.” 4 stars – Lachie Macara, triple j

“I love the mix of axe and vox here. And straight to that lyric, it makes it all so driven. Love it.” – Kyran Wheatley, triple j Weekend Breakfast

“JuliaWhy? present a slick and gothy version of garage rock. On their new one “Just One Night”, there’s a strong Yeah Yeah Yeahs richness there.” – Ryan Saar, Soundly Sounds





Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.