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Eliot Fish

Eliot Fish

Eliot Fish


Eliot Fish is a singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, an ex-member of Big Heavy Stuff, Todd Sparrow, and The Apartments. His debut solo release "Trick of Light" is a 6-track EP released on April 25, 2012. As a member of Big Heavy Stuff he released three albums; featured in the Triple J Hottest 100 with the song "Hibernate"; and received an ARIA nomination in 2001 for the album "Size of the Ocean". In recent years Fish has performed in the Apartments (bass and vocals on the album "A Life Full of Farewells") Read more on Last.fm
Eliot Fish is a singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, an ex-member of Big Heavy Stuff, Todd Sparrow, and The Apartments. His debut solo release "Trick of Light" is a 6-track EP released on April 25, 2012. As a member of Big Heavy Stuff he released three albums; featured in the Triple J Hottest 100 with the song "Hibernate"; and received an ARIA nomination in 2001 for the album "Size of the Ocean". In recent years Fish has performed in the Apartments (bass and vocals on the album "A Life Full of Farewells"), Todd Sparrow (contributing five of his songs to the album "Modern Western") and has played live with Sydney-based Centipede. His very first band, the Templebears, released two EPs in the early 90s, These Days (on 12" vinyl) and Wired (CD). Fish's six-track solo EP "Trick of Light" was recorded in Brehemont, France, and mixed in Australia. "Trick of Light" is a melancholy journey through darkness and light, with songs that grow, blossom and bloom with every listen.

Fish lives, writes and records in his home town of Sydney. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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