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Unity Floors

Unity Floors
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Longstanding friends, bandmates Gus Hunt and Henry Gosling have made themselves a strong part of Sydney's DIY scene as Unity Floors. Their ability to create such ear-pleasing racket performing so unassumingly through just a guitar, drum-kit and spirited vocals, has made them welcome regulars across stages, record stores and lounge-rooms, throughout Australia.

Their social commentary of the happenings of life comes naturally to the pair, their music like a noisy catch-up between old friends.Unity Floors' sound has a natural honesty, delivered with genuine fluidity and raw-emotion, while never being too serious to find the humour in it all. Their unique set up and ability to create vastly accessible, passionate, catchy garage tunes has gained them a loyal following over the years.

Unity Floors released their LP, Exotic Goldfish Blues in 2013 (through Popfrenzy) receiving great commendation from press and radio. In 2016, the Sydney favorites have returned to with their new album “Life Admin”.

“Sydney’s Unity Floors are guided by honesty and enthusiasm… The result of two specific personalities intertwining in a way that’s uniquely enjoyable – through nothing but guitars, drums and spirited moans.” – Max Easton (Sydney Trend-Forecaster)
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