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Man Sandal

  • Lot 10 South 557 Wellington St Perth, WA, 6000 Australia (map)
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“The blend of Les Paul bluesy guitar, violin riffs and three-part soprano and bass melodies made this act a joy to watch.”- (WAM Saturday Spectacular 2016)

Luscious three-part harmonies and upbeat violin solos amalgamate and combine to create Man Sandal’s signature sound. With varied influences from genres of folk to jazz with gypsy somewhere in between, the young Perth five piece deliver a unique brand of music.

Forming in mid 2015, the band has always focused on creating a fresh new sound and bringing something different to the Perth music scene. Since formation, the band have spread their sound throughout many venues in WA, highlights including The Bird, Mojos Bar Fremantle, The Rosemount Hotel and even the PICA Amphitheatre. They are also confirmed to play the 2017 Nannup Music Festival in March.

After taking out the Rock Scholars “Band of the Year” award in 2015, Man Sandal have moved on to winning prizes at the “Fairbridge Quest” songwriting competition in early 2016 as well as the Humandog “Battle of the Bands” and landing third place at the “Gozzy Rock” competition later in the year. These achievements have allowed them to delve into the world of recording with Michael Jelinek, Jeremy Segal and SoundLab Studios all contributing to both Man Sandal’s singles and their EP "Fancy Couch".

The band released their first single “By your Side” in April 2016 along with a music video directed by Rob Bygott which now has over 10000 views.

"The four-piece brought with them their unique take on indie pop, complete with gorgeous harmonies and liberal amounts of violin. Their music was compelling and a beautiful way to start the night. In other words, I give Belgrade an A grade." - Daniel Morey, Isolated Nation

They plan to keep playing gigs around the Perth area as well as spreading their music throughout the more rural areas of south-west Australia.



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