|Location: lower beechmont, Qld, Australia|
|Description: Future Native is a groovy 3 piece folk rock out fit from Queensland, Australia. Their music has been described as a blend of emotionally charged and thought provoking anthems.|
Future Native is a band with a mission hailing from the Hinterland of the Gold Coast, Australia. Their sound has been described as a modern blend of emotionally charged and thought provoking anthems. Last year was a big one for the band with extensive recording & touring to many venues and events like the Woodford, Byron Blues & Roots and Wollumbin Festivals.
After the success of their last album “Rusty Rocks” which included the singles “Protest Song" & “Your Backyard" featured on national and international radio they have now released their 2nd album “The Politics of Love” on Revelation Records through MGM distribution.
“The Politics of Love” is a passionate acoustic driven album now receiving international acclaim after their recent return from a very successful UK tour covering England, Scotland and Ireland.
The group played over 30 shows and 4 major music festivals including Glastonbury. After turning heads with their high energy show the band returned to Australia with the first stock of the new album sold out. Their debut single from "The Politics of Love” called “Dangerous” is now gathering attention around the country and the band is producing 2 new videos for "Superman" and "Time Will Be Good" which was shot in Paris and off the west coast of Scotland.
Future Native is a 3 piece band consisting of award winning singer/songwriter P.J. Creamer on vocals & guitar. His voice has been described as uplifting & emotive . Melanie May plays bass, violin and mandolin in the group as well as vocal harmonies.
Scott Phillips is a class percussionist having played with many high profile acts and adds a stylish 3rd part to Future Native's polished vocal sound.
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Future Native is an acoustic driven band from Queensland, Australia who’s sound has been described as a modern blend of emotionally charged and thought provoking anthems.
In 2005 the band released their 2nd album “The Politics of Love” which is a passionate vocal driven album now receiving international acclaim. Last year was hugely successful following a full UK tour covering over 30 shows and 4 major festivals including Glastonbury. Future Native are a band of integrity having stood their ground with their own views and style of folk rock that was produced in a cutting edge recording studio the band built mainly out of recycled materials in the hinterland of the Gold coast, Australia.
Their new single “Superman” is now gathering attention around the world and is officially receiving airplay in over 20 different countries. The Superman video clip is being played on music video shows globally and is available on the bands website www.futurenative.com. ‘Superman’ is a touching yet humorous look at parenting. The band is now producing videos for their next singles "Beauty" & "Time Will Be Good" (shot in Paris and off the west coast of Scotland).
The group is being offered deals in Europe at the moment and is back in the UK to do some more summer festivals including the Sunrise celebration in Somerset. While in England they are booked to start work on their 3rd album with British Producer Charles Foskett ( Elvis Costello - Paul McCartney)They will be on a promotional tour from 16th June - 11th July to promote awareness of their music and issues close to the bands heart ranging from Aboriginal rights & the environment, to relationships & spiritual growth. As the world faces up to the threats of modern life, Future Native brings a “down to earth yet uplifting” viewpoint.
Superman is available for free download from www.futurenative.com . We would like to invite you one of the following live dates:
For more information / artwork on Future Native and interview availability, please contact Chris Stewart / Tony McDonagh in the UK at Manilla PR on 01642 228400 or email email@example.com