The Garden

West Coast neo-punks
Sunday, 11 October 2015 8:00PM at 50 Lorong 17 Geylang

West Coast neo-punk twins, moonlighting models and provocateurs, The Garden are heading to Singapore this October as part of their very first Asian tour!

The band will be first up in Other Sounds’ brand new three-part series of shows titled Sleepwalker, taking place on 11 October, 4 November, and 4 December.
(Ticket bundle information below.)

The Garden represent a new, youthful punk scene of the West Coast, with their DIY principles, thrift store-come glam-come 50s housewife fashion style and a list of pick ‘n’ mix influences that stretch far beyond The Minutemen. Their minimalistic two-piece bass and drums essence is dirty, raw and immediate. They strip away everything unnecessary about modern punk and get straight to the heart of it.

Fact is, The Garden don’t give a shit what you think, they’ve been conceptualising their own style since well before the formation of the band in 2011. The constantly evolving duo of identical twin brothers; Wyatt (bass) and Fletcher (drums) Shears, from Orange County, Calif consistently defying genre and categorization, so much so, that they created their own term Vada-Vada* to define their sound and escape being pigeonholed.

With four releases up their sleeve;​ three EPs and their debut album The Life And Times Of A Paperclip via Burger Records in 2012, the duo have become known for their fast, condensed, and heavy style. On their debut, they tear through 16 tracks in about the same about of time, with zero time to take a breath.

The duo, not only have captured the attention of the punk scene, but by way of fashion juggernaut, Saint Laurent and creative director, Hedi Slimane, who recently paid big bucks to fly these two punks to Paris for Fashion Week.

The Garden’s shows are experiential and powerful. Arresting a sense of urgency, they throw you heavily into their parallel world of vada-vada. The duo seduces their audience onto a carnival ride of sound and movement that stops as abruptly as it starts; it’s just a close approximation of The Garden experience.

*Vada-Vada: “an idea that represents pure creative expression, that disregards all previously made genres and ideals” – Wyatt Shears (The Garden), 2015

Opening the show will be Yeule aka Nat Ćmiel. Yeule began originally as an art project in 2012, and since then the 17 year old has been making music between Singapore and Japan, releasing her debut EP Yuele in 2014 on Zoom Lens.


A series ticket to all three shows is only $100 (you will save $15), available now on Peatix.

The last remaining band is yet to be announced, but if you know Other Sounds and you’ve been to our shows, you know you can trust that it’s going to be a killer act…

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