Wednesday, 17 January 2018


Bursting onto the Queensland music scene in 1997, The Daisycutters wasted no time in establishing themselves as an electrifying live act with an arsenal of great pop songs and a swagger that made the industry sit up and take notice. The national airplay for "Kiss Me Stupid" thrusted the band onto radios across Australia where they spent the majority of 1999 touring the country supporting the likes of You Am I, Custard, Pacifier, Killing Heidi, The Whitlams, Magic Dirt, Eskimo Joe and George. "Kiss Me Stupid" dominated the Net 50 and the band released their next E.P - " Caffeinated and Wide Eyed" which attracted rave reviews from fans and critics alike before reaching #2 on the Independent charts!

"Awake among the Sleepers" is released in August 2004 and meets with universal critical acclaim - Beat Magazine in Melbourne hail it as '…one of the best albums you're likely to hear all year'. The Daisycutters release 'I Eat People like You for Breakfast', 'A Bang and Not a Whisper' and 'Always the Bridesmaid never the Bride' as singles. The success of the album saw the band relentlessly touring the country, consistently wowing crowds with their electrifying live shows - sharing the stage with The Hellacopters, The Living End, You Am I, Eskimo Joe, Shihad, Rocket Science, Killing Heidi, The Whitlams, and many more - including several Big Days Out! In 2008 the band released their second album 'Come Sweet Bullets'. Recorded by good friend Darren Middleton of Powderfinger at his own studio in Brisbane, 'Come Sweet Bullets' reflects a refining and maturing of the band’s sound.


Cameron Wilson (Vocals, Guitar), Kieran Clair (Guitar), Giles Hamwood (Bass),
Peter Nicholas (Drums)



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