Enola Gay has been a fixture in Melbourne’s live scene over the past few months, refining sounds in spaces ranging from basements to busy clubs. Her music is restrained, crystalline and nostalgic - with a Florence-Welch-like vocal delivery and songwriting that balances somewhere at the axis of all-out pop, breakbeat, and balladry.
"Haunting and gloomily psychological, each track feels like it could splinter apart at any moment.” - Happy Mag
Quell’s live performances are a twisted and nebulous.
"A blissfully cacophonous and claustrophobic lair of despair and bleak sensuality". – WhiteLight/WhiteHeat
One not to miss.