Pierce Brothers on the big stage

LIFE has been getting crazy for the Pierce Brothers.

Pat and Jack started their musical careers as buskers. They now play to festival crowds that number in the tens of thousands.

“We still can’t believe it. It’s crazy that we are getting used to it,” Pat said.

“We still love busking in a place like Bourke Street where you can draw a crowd of 400 people in.

“When an audience like GTM is waiting for you it’s a bit of a mind blow.”

The Pierce Brothers have a new single dropping later in the year as well as a European tour.

“It’s been really hectic and we have been really focusing on the EP,” Pat said.

“We were hoping it would be released for this tour but we had a scheduling problem so we released the single as a little teaser.”

Pat promises the EP will be fantastic.

“We have never had this world class sound before and we’re excited about it,” he said.

“It’s an absolutely new experience working with a major label.

“We took about 19 songs to them and sat down to work out which were the best. It was a really great experience.”

A great experience is also what crowds can expect from the brothers at GTM.

“There will be a lot of energy, a didgeridoo, crowd singing and jumping around,” he said.

The Pierce Brothers play at Bendigo GTM at 11am.

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