The Peep Tempel



The Peep Tempel announce Totality.

Australia has a happy knack of throwing up oddball, idiosyncratic bands that initially appear limited by an inability or unwillingness to fit into the cookie cutter yet, in time, find fans enough to lift them to cult hero status. Apart from just being a red hot rock band, it’s that character that propels The Peep Tempel and adds flesh to their tales of disaffection blues.

The year of 2017 has seen the band take stage across Australia, celebrating the release of their third album ‘Joy’ at the likes of Golden Plains, where the Guardian declared, “in the wake of their now-anthem Carol, the suspicion is that until you can scream “I don’t think Trevor is good for you, Carol” with 10,000 others, you haven’t lived”.

To more recently at Splendour in the Grass, with Rolling Stone describing their set as “stabbing punk rock” and heralding them as “Melbourne’s most dangerous band”. Their live show is unparalleled, their sets are always cathartic.

This show will be totality.