The Germein Sisters is an indie pop outfit from Adelaide that began in 2012.
Biography[edit | edit source]
The band formed in 2012 after the members had spent their childhood jamming together on their family’s bush land property in the Adelaide Hills. Together with the assistance of Jealoustown Studios’ Stuart Gray, the girls released their debut album “Because You Breathe”, which entered the Top 100 Album Sales Charts in Switzerland, and single “Da Da Doo” in the Top 100 Mainstream Radio Charts in Germany. They secured a Top 5 nomination for Best Pop Artist, Best Band, and Best Song “Da Da Doo” at the Fowlers Live Music Awards; and won First Prize in the prestigious Tamworth Country Music Festival Busking Competition (non-country section) in 2014.
In 2015 the girls opened for Sting and Paul Simon in Adelaide, performed at the Isle of Wight Festival UK, and the Women of the World Festival in Germany. They have since toured Australia, New Zealand, China, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, London, and Toronto.
They also released a song collaboration with Swiss artists for an entry into the competition to represent Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2016. Germein Sisters have toured Australia, New Zealand, China, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, London, and Toronto; and in 2016 will be venturing to Vietnam, followed by a return Europe/UK Tour.
Members[edit | edit source]
- Georgia Germein - guitar, keys
- Ella Germein - cello, bass
- Clara Germein - drums
Discography[edit | edit source]
- Da Da Doo - (2013)
- 100 Years - (2016)
- Talking - (2018)
- Knocking At My Door - (2018)
- Because You Breathe - (2013)