“You can sense great energy and enthusiasm from these guys. Expect bigger things to come because
“The Fire” is still early days and you can hear so much potential in this track alone.” – Born Yesterday Music
“There is no denying that this band have a big future ahead of them, having already been featured
on Triple J and having charting single releases it’s definitely worth keeping an eye out for them on the scene.” – Blossomzine Magazine
“A Swift Farewell have been breaking their way into the Sydney scene with brute force, providing a
sound that’s been in such a high demand while also providing energetic and captivating live performances.” – The Very Best Collective
Three months after the release of The Fire, A Swift Farewell’s “happy-ish” pop punk anthem, the
band hits harder with Save Yourself. The song is heavier, the guitars more distorted and the drums
faster. The lyrics use vivid metaphors that address darker themes. With Save Yourself, the band
brings back the “2010 emo vibes”, inspired by bands like Sleeping With Sirens, early Paramore or The Getaway Plan, mixing it with their usual modern pop punk sound.
“Save Yourself in essence shows the darker side of ourselves, so many have to face. Drawing on
imagery of a relationship spiralling out of control, this self deprecating view en-captures that
feeling of complete loss of control with no desire of being brought back from the brink.” Emma Mather (Vocalist)
Formed in 2019, the band released their debut single in August 2019, and their debut EP in March 2020. But it’s their previous single, The Fire that brought them the most attention. It got them two
editorial spotify playlists placements, 10,000 streams in less than a month and multiple press reviews.
A Swift Farewell have played shows all around Sydney, alongside bands such as Hands Like
Houses, Young Lions and just played a show at the Factory Theatre with Fangz and Grenade Jumper.
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