Melbourne-based expats, A Dead Forest Index, are returning home this month for two shows only. The two-piece, brothers Adam and Sam Sherry, command both power and subtlety using terse arrangements and impeccable musicality to create a sound that has been described as “a unique blend of chemically infused vocal loops, dark minimalist drum beats and sparse, audacious guitar chords… They are at one time a chugging indie pop band; at another turn they blend Gothic rhythms and Eastern European symphonies; and around another corner they are a beautifully disciplined vocal group.” (Einstein Music Journal)

The pair are currently working on their first full-length album with release planned towards the end of the year. For now, however, be sure to check out their beautiful ‘Antique EP’, re-mastered and re-released in 2011 and now available for free download through Sonorous Circle.

On tour they will be joined by some of the country’s most exciting bands; Sharpie Crows, Seth Frightening, The Body Lyre and The All Seeing Hand. Don’t miss out on the good times!

Tickets from Under the Radar.