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'''Fire! Santa Rosa Fire! '''is an indie rock group from Adelaide, South Australia. They describe their musical style as "monolithic tech-pop". They have released the independent EPs You Seize the City, I'll Seize the Sky (2006) and Boy, Hush Yr Mouth, Grrl Bare Yr Teeth (2007), and full length studio album Sea Priest (2010).
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Fire! Santa Rosa, Fire! are an indie rock group from Adelaide, South Australia. They describe their musical style as "monolithic tech-pop". They have released the independent EPs You Seize the City, I'll Seize the Sky (2006) and Boy, Hush Yr Mouth, Grrl Bare Yr Teeth (2007), and full length studio album Sea Priest (2010).
   
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
After performing at the Big Day Out and Parklife festivals, the band were placed in high rotation on Triple J radio, receiving considerable airplay. The band won a spot on the 2008 Homebake line-up thanks to Triple J's Unearthed competition and was featured in [[Rip It Up]] Magazine as an Adelaide act set to make a play for national attention in 2009.
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After performing at the Big Day Out and Parklife festivals, the band were placed in high rotation on Triple J radio, receiving considerable airplay. The band won a spot on the 2008 Homebake line-up thanks to Triple J's Unearthed competition and was featured in Rip It Up Magazine as an Adelaide act set to make a play for national attention in 2009.
   
 
Throughout the summer of 2009, the band performed once again at the Big Day Out festival in Adelaide, as well as the Adelaide Laneway Festival, and Come Together Festival in Sydney. In July/August 2009 Fire! Santa Rosa, Fire! released the iTunes-only EP Animal Spirit Guide, touring across the country with Hungry Kids of Hungary and Tom Ugly.
 
Throughout the summer of 2009, the band performed once again at the Big Day Out festival in Adelaide, as well as the Adelaide Laneway Festival, and Come Together Festival in Sydney. In July/August 2009 Fire! Santa Rosa, Fire! released the iTunes-only EP Animal Spirit Guide, touring across the country with Hungry Kids of Hungary and Tom Ugly.
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=== Debut Album and Touring ===
 
=== Debut Album and Touring ===
On 19 March 2010, Fire! Santa Rosa, Fire! released their completed début album Sea Priest through Dot Dash, alongside lead single Little Cowboys, Bad Hombres - a return to significant airplay with Australian youth radio stations Triple J and FBI. They toured throughout May and June in support of the album, as well as playing opening support to Dappled Cities on their 'Winter Tour' with the John Steel Singers. Additional tours included St. Vincent, Band of Skulls and Kimbra.
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On 19 March 2010, Fire! Santa Rosa, Fire! released their completed debut album Sea Priest through Dot Dash, alongside lead single Little Cowboys, Bad Hombres - a return to significant airplay with Australian youth radio stations Triple J and FBI. They toured throughout May and June in support of the album, as well as playing opening support to Dappled Cities on their 'Winter Tour' with the John Steel Singers. Additional tours included St. Vincent, Band of Skulls and Kimbra.
   
 
=== 2012-2013 ===
 
=== 2012-2013 ===
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* David Williams (vocals/guitar)
 
* David Williams (vocals/guitar)
 
* Nathaniel Morse (guitar)
 
* Nathaniel Morse (guitar)
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'''Past members'''
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=== Past members ===
 
* Grant Badcock (guitar)
 
* Grant Badcock (guitar)
 
* Andrew Walenczykiewicz (guitar)
 
* Andrew Walenczykiewicz (guitar)
 
* Art Zinoviev (synth)
 
* Art Zinoviev (synth)
 
== Discography ==
 
'''Studio Albums'''
 
* ''Sea Priest ''- Dot Dash (2010)
 
'''EPs'''
 
* ''You Seize the City, I'll Seize the Sky'' - Independent (2006)
 
* ''Boy, Hush Yr Mouth, Grrl Bare Yr Teeth'' - Independent (2007)
 
'''Singles'''
 
* ''War Coward'' - Dot Dash (2008)
 
* ''Animal Spirit Guide'' - Dot Dash (2009)
 
* ''Panther Shrine'' - Dot Dash (2010)
 
* ''Codebreaker'' (2012)
 
[[Category:2005-2009]]
 
[[Category:2010-2014]]
 
[[Category:Rock bands]]
 

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