Hey Jeronimo | Rough Seas

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Rough Seas

by Hey Jeronimo

Strong songs, treated with a soundscape reminisant of Coldplay with an overlay of 70's band Supertramp and a dash of 60's pop sensibility.
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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1. Calling Home
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2. It's Just Me
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3. Stay
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4. You Say You Can Hear Me
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5. Rainbow Joe
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6. Rough Seas
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Album Notes
Hey Jeronimo, comprising of Craig Collier (drums), Phil Gentile (guitar), Scott Lavender (guitars/vocals) and Tim Harris (piano/vocals) conjure an emotional sound reminiscent of the Beatles, Pink Floyd and all good things Brit Pop, taking the listener on a jaunty stroll down memory lane through London alleys, or indeed the new wave of music on Sydney streets.

Hey Jeronimo take the listener on a journey through questions and answers, looking at the world through the simple glass of the things that really matter - love, life and the inevitable call of home.

"Rough Seas" comes as the product of 12 months of performing and writing from this group. Tim Harris (formerly a member of now London based outfit, "Paperadio" in their "Real Food" days) and Craig Collier have built this project through the strength of friendship and musical collaboration, uniting initially with Scott Lavender to explore harmonic texture. From Phil Gentile's joining the group have continued to develop their sound and have sought opportunities to perform and progress within the industry. Becoming quiet audience favourites at some of Sydney's most popular indie venues, the launch of "Rough Seas" will surely be only an indication of things to come.

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