Ghyti

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Ghyti - Indie Live Act in Adelaide

Ghyti Short Info

Ghyti is a four piece avant-rock band from Adelaide who have become live favourites for their post-punk and Britpop inspired sound. Reflecting diverse influences from Blur to Pavement and Arctic Monkeys, Ghyti's high energy songs have been described as ‘stupidly infectious’ and have made the band a stand-out in the Adelaide scene.

Ghyti began as a solo project, releasing two EPs in 2010 and 2011, but quickly grew into a full lineup, releasing their first band EP 'Life Is Cheap' in 2013, followed by 'Fluorescent Lights' in October 2014.

They have played extensively in Adelaide and Melbourne, showcased internationally at Canadian Music Week 2015 in Toronto, and were invited to play at the Culture Collide festival in Los Angeles. In 2016 Ghyti supported indie icons Custard, and opened for Jeremy Neale and Regurgitator as part of the Brisbane band’s national tour.

The band self-produced a 20-minute short film to promote the 'Fluorescent Lights' EP, and in September 2015 released the single 'Give Us Your Money', followed by their latest full EP ‘Commodities’ in April 2016. Ghyti have begun work on a follow up EP and are preparing to tour through 2017.

Ghyti is a four piece avant-rock band from Adelaide who have become live favourites for their post-punk and Britpop inspired sound. Reflecting diverse influences from Blur to Pavement and Arctic Monkeys, Ghyti's high energy songs have been described as ‘stupidly infectious’ and have made the band a stand-out in the Adelaide scene.

Ghyti began as a solo project, releasing two EPs in 2010 and 2011, but quickly grew into a full lineup, releasing their first band EP 'Life Is Cheap' in 2013, followed by 'Fluorescent Lights' in October 2014.

They have played extensively in Adelaide and Melbourne, showcased internationally at Canadian Mus...

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Media

  • Media Golden Touch
  • Media Give Us Your Money
  • Media No Dice
  • Media Eyes On You
  • Media Journal of the King

Origin

  • Adelaide AU