VIDEO: Fountaineer representing Bendigo

VIDEO: Fountaineer representing Bendigo Bendigo band Fountaineer.

Bendigo band Fountaineer.

Bendigo band Fountaineer.

Bendigo band Fountaineer.

Bendigo band Fountaineer.

TweetFacebookFountaineer frontman Anthony White has been so busy he hasn’t had time to be nervous for the Bendigo band’s set at GTM.

“We are really excited. It’s going to be a great show,” he said.

“We have been fine tuning the set and making sure all the details are in order and everything is working.”

Fountaineer have also been rehearsing with a fill in drummer with Anthony’s brother Francis overseas with another band.

The brothers started Fountaineer together 18 months ago. They have played together since they were 14 years old.

“It’s a shame I can’t play Groovin the Moo with my brother,” Anthony said.

“He in LA playing showcases and we are happy for each other but it’s a bit sad he’s missing.”

Since being announced as the Triple J Unearthed band, Anthony has been excited to see Fountaineer’s single, Grand Old Flags, has been well received.

“It’s been selling well on iTunes in Australia and overseas. A couple of the Triple J broadcasters have said they are keen to hear the album,” Anthony said.

The band is hoping to have the album out later in the year and in the meantime is finalising a music video that will be released next month.

“The album is a concept album and is very directly influenced by Bendigo. Instead of the muse being a lover or a heartbreaker, it’s the town,” Anthony said.

“It is a comment on the city. Some things that are happening are concerning but there are some great things going on (in Bendigo) as well.”

The band will also play with Gang of Youths and Ecca Vandal on May 19, May 20 and May 22 at the Northcote Social Club.

Fountaineer play from 11.50am at Bendigo GTM.

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