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Whistlejacket

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Whistlejacket is a four-piece band from Auckland (NZ).

They share a passion for the game of Monopoly and writing great songs.

Founded in 2012, the band originally formed as a group of mates going away for a writing weekend to see what they could create.

The band immediately gelled and they found working together was natural, easy, and more fun than a clown on fire.

Their sound draws influence from a wide range of songwriters and bands spanning decades and genres.

The resulting music is a mixture of electro pop and contemporary indie dance, which they deem as 'modern day pop art.'

Whistlejacket are not only prolific songwriters, but they also deliver a professional high energy live show too.

2014, The Year Of The Horse, can only mean big things for Whistlejacket who were aptly named after the famous George Stubbs' painting.

Band Members:
Adam Stevenson (guitar, vocals)
Paul Reid (drums)
Andy Keys (keyboards, synths, guitar, vocals)
Roy Oliver (bass, vocals)

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  • Auckland

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