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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Folk :: The Tipsy Scholars - Andy Warhol

The Tipsy Scholars - Andy Warhol

The Tipsy Scholars - Andy Warhol
The Tipsy Scholars (Formally known as The Gypsy Scholars) are an Australian indie folk band known for their heartfelt song writing and energetic live performances. Since forming in 2014, the band has made a firm impression on their twin home towns of Sydney and Canberra; acquiring a loyal and raucous fanbase. With a rich and diverse array of original works, The Tipsy Scholars tell tales of travel, love and life in a way that only four guys with varying amounts of facial and an assortment of instruments can do.

This May, the band will be releasing their debut EP “Nowhere To Be”, a collection of five songs that are rich with memorable hooks, honest stories and luscious harmonies. The first single from the EP “Cold Hands”, was met with a warm reception and the band expanded their already growing following as the track was added to over 70 radio stations across Australia, America and The UK. Building on the foundation made by previous singles “Looking Glass”, “Daydream Author” and “1960s”, “Cold Hands” signalled an important development in the band’s sound and commitment to their creative cause.

About this track...

Andy Warhol is a song of fleeting thoughts. It’s about home, loss, friendship and two slightly controversial tattoo’s. The song makes me think of my late old man's sense of humour, great love of mountains and his ability to form friendships anywhere and everywhere.

Other tracks by The Tipsy Scholars: Run From the Rampage
Number Of People In Act 4 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In ACT
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Canberra
Taken From The Release Titled Nowhere To Be
Copyright Holder's Name The Tipsy Scholars
Publisher Copyright Control
Media Servicing Date 2018-05-16
Main Genre Folk
Genre 2 Rock
Genre 3 Pop
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
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Content Provider RiSH Publicity