White Summer ‘Head In The Sand’ single launch

By on October 1, 2013

Introducing WHITE SUMMER, the howling, swamp-blues playing trio made up of Jimmy Stanfield, Michael Barnsley and Anthony Zielke from Melbourne Australia. White Summer will be releasing their first single “Head In The Sand” from forthcoming 4-track EP on Friday 11th October with an official Single Launch Party on Thursday 24th October at The Evelyn, Fitzroy. Joining them to celebrate the release will be Kashmere Club, Winter Moon and Bones Blackwood.

Following the success of their 2012 Double-A-Side, including feature track “Dirty Highway” which showcased on A&E Network’s U.S series “Longmire”, “Head In The Sand” is a heartfelt addition to the band’s growing repertoire. Featuring a towering guitar hook, vintage drums, a garage-charged bassline and Jimmy Stanfield’s angst-filled vocals, the track would sit comfortably for anyone swaggering into their local beer-drenched oasis.

“Shit hot” and “enthralling, mesmerizing” – The Ripe
“Best young band around” – Poncho TV’s Dan Watt
“All the right things”  – Triple J’s Dave Ruby Howe


Thursday 24th October @ The Evelyn
w Kashmere Club, Winter Moon & Bones Blackwood, $10 entry
Ticket purchase here w free download
Find event on Facebook [link]
Twitter: @whitesummerband

Originally residing from the coastal hinterland of Phillip Island, the now Melbourne-based blues rock trio White Summer are renowned for their dynamic and energetic live shows filled with memorable guitar melodies, driving bass lines and fiery vocals. Drawing comparisons to The Black Keys and Audioslave, the group has drawn huge crowds to their local gigs, causing raucous behaviour from onlookers and praise from fans and industry alike. Throughout the past year, the band has enjoyed sharing stages with the likes of Spiderbait, Something For Kate, Ash Grunwald and Hunting Grounds.



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.