Quinton Trembath is an energetic 4-piece folk-punk band based in Melbourne. Named after the lead-singer, Quinton Trembath, the band is about to release their third single, “Servo Sunsets”, off their forthcoming debut album, Amateur Art.
“Servo Sunsets” has a beautifully rich and full sound, with cello, violin and double-bass complementing Trembaths story-telling vocals. The song deals with the struggles of maintaining long-distance relationships whilst on the road and living in different States. Fans of Frank Turner should find plenty to love in this ripping song.
The video is super creative – it shows what you can do when you are locked away and have to create your own fun. Trembath is seemingly overflowing with ideas. The song is full of chaotic thoughts, and the video showcases them brilliantly and in unexpected ways. The energy in this track is inspiring- I’m looking forward to the day I can see this band live.
Quinton told the AU: “Away on tour, I’m constantly pulling myself out of the moment, daydreaming of when I will see certain friends again next, but this year it’s not touring but lockdown that keeps me from seeing them”
Their debut album, Amateur Art will be released on 13th November 2020. It was written in quarantine, in Melbourne’s north, and is the bands first full-length album.
Servo Sunsets is released on Friday – you can pre-save it HERE. Their debut album, Amateur Art will be released on 13th November 2020.
In the meantime, enjoy the raucous fun of “Servo Sunsets” in our sneak preview.