BYP IX – Introducing Some Heard Trouble

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Some Heard Trouble were definitely a highlight set from YesterdayFest so when it came to booking them again for a follow up show the decision was easy. The guys have remained busy throughout on and off again lockdowns and are ready to blow the roof off again at BYP IX. We discussed lockdowns, new music what their plans are for 2021 and beyond.

It hasn’t been too long since you guys blew the roof off at YesterdayFest! How have things been for you guys since the show?

Yesterdayfest was dope, thanks for having us!
Had to cancel a show but hitting the studio for something this week and we have a couple of things to announce, just trying to stay busy.

We’re stoked to have you boys back for BYP IX. Who else on the bill are you keen on watching?

We been wanting to see Furious George for ages, they were on the show we had to cancel. Heavy Heart by The City is such a huge track so I can’t wait to see that live.

I meant to ask this in our last chat but how did you guys come up with the name Some Heard Trouble and what’s it’s significance?

I wanted to call the band ‘Trouble’ but Brodie wasn’t sold and gave some options. So we settled on Some Heard Trouble. It wasn’t until after this was cemented that we realised the initials were ‘SHT’ but hey we don’t take ourselves to seriously. The band is our was of trying to make a difference and trying to express ourselves and cause a bit of trouble!

Scorpion has been out in the airwaves in its entirety a few months now. How has the response been?

The response has been great, I thought covid really messed up the release for us, but the response to the EP has really been amazing. Since the release we have played a bunch of great shows and ticked off a bunch of bucket list things.

Have you guys started looking toward new music yet?

We are back tracking with Callan Orr (Dream on Dreamer) and can confirm there will be a few different things coming before the year is out.

Lockdown has put so many shows (including this one) in jeopardy. Do you think the Governments treatment of live music compared to gambling and sports has been fair?

No it’s been complete trash.
I don’t understand how they can compare and the amount of amazing shows that have been cancelled, it’s getting to the point where something has to give.
I can’t imagine how some venues are coping.

Once COVID finally loosens it’s grip on the country are there plans for you guys to go play interstate again?

Yessir! We have something to announce shortly,
Travelling is the part I miss most about being in a band.
Eating new food & seeing friends in each city! Keep your eyes peeled next month….

Who are five Aussie locals we should be checking out?

No! Not the Bees!
Furious George
Without Belief
Nerve Damage
And Sunsets just got back together!!

Anything you’d like to leave us with before we let you go?

Drink water! Be kind! Read more! Now more than ever it’s the time support local bands, it’s literally mind blowing how many quality band are coming out, get involved!

The show is now SOLD OUT but if you were lucky enough to get a ticket, check out Some Heard Trouble along with The City, Furious George, Evergreener and One Day Kings at BYP IX on July 10th!



2021-07-07T12:40:42+00:00July 7th, 2021|Featured, Interviews, Slider|0 Comments