PRISCILLA

Perth act Priscilla have only been out and releasing music into the world since 2018, but have already been referred to as “the Electro-Pop sound of the future” (Max Lewis -Purple Sneakers). With a sole purpose to move you with passionate lyrics, hit you with harmony and make waves with endless breakneck bops, Hayden from Pilerats will tell you “Priscilla’s swirling melodies have won us over time and time again.”

This WAM nominated act (2019, 2020) began with a love for synthesisers and major chords, but quickly gained a reputation in both WA and the east coast for thoughtful lyrics, dance beats, sparkly production and their positive LGBT representation.

Priscilla’s powerful live set has landed them supports with bands like The Presets, San Cisco, Haiku Hands, EDEN, ALPINE, Wafia, Woodes, Matthew Young and more. Within just over a year of performing live, Priscilla have gotten audiences grooving main stages at Fairbridge Festival, RTRFM’s Fremantle Winter Music Festival and WAMFest.

2019 was yet another big year for Priscilla with their release ‘Follow’ landing a prime slot on Spotify’s “OutNow Playlist” and receiving over 100K Spotify streams, not to mention a cheeky feature on ABC’s Rage for the video clip. Their next release ‘Circles’ came quickly after and received praise and airtime from triple j. 2020 has been spent continuing to produce their “addictive synth-pop sound comparable to names like Kimbra and Janelle Monae with thick, synthy productions and [the] gliding vocals” (Pilerats) which will hit the brightest stages across the country with releases planned for early 2021.

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PRISCILLA

Perth act Priscilla have only been out and releasing music into the world since 2018, but have already been referred to as “the Electro-Pop sound of the future” (Max Lewis -Purple Sneakers). With a sole purpose to move you with passionate lyrics, hit you with harmony and make waves with endless breakneck bops, Hayden from Pilerats will tell you “Priscilla’s swirling melodies have won us over time and time again.”

This WAM nominated act (2019, 2020) began with a love for synthesisers and major chords, but quickly gained a reputation in both WA and the east coast for thoughtful lyrics, dance beats, sparkly production and their positive LGBT representation. Priscilla’s powerful live set has landed them supports with bands like The Presets, San Cisco, Haiku Hands, EDEN, ALPINE, Wafia, Woodes, Matthew Young and more. Within just over a year of performing live, Priscilla have gotten audiences grooving main stages at Fairbridge Festival, RTRFM’s Fremantle Winter Music Festival and WAMFest.

2019 was yet another big year for Priscilla with their release ‘Follow’ landing a prime slot on Spotify’s “OutNow Playlist” and receiving over 100K Spotify streams, not to mention a cheeky feature on ABC’s Rage for the video clip. Their next release ‘Circles’ came quickly after and received praise and airtime from triple j. 2020 has been spent continuing to produce their “addictive synth-pop sound comparable to names like Kimbra and Janelle Monae with thick, synthy productions and [the] gliding vocals” (Pilerats) which will hit the brightest stages across the country with releases planned for early 2021.

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