Sheppard’s “Bombs Away” album review

Sheppard’s “Bombs Away” album review


Bombs Away

Australian band Sheppard can't stick to one genre, but it works.

Our Rating: 7.0/10

Shannon Anderson, Editor-in-Chief
April 15, 2015

They’re coming to Lolla. There’s a dude in a space helmet on the cover of their album. No, it’s not 2014 and I’m not talking about Daft Punk. Australian indie pop band Sheppard released their debut album “Bombs Away,” to the U.S. March 10. The band was built on three members — siblings George, Amy and Emma Sheppard, and grew to include Jay Bovino, Michael Butler and Dean Gordon. In addition to receiving five nominations at the 2014 Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Music Awards (and winning in the category of Best Group), Sheppard also saw huge success on the... Read more »

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