Electric Fields


Launching in 2015, Electric Fields’ exceptional trajectory saw them invited to perform in China, Scotland, and New Zealand within the first 6 months; and by the end of their first year they had headlined shows around Australia; received several awards; and were signed to Sony Publishing. The following year they became recipients of the coveted Stigwood Fellowship, and since this time have taken out a total of 24 awards, to include several state and national awards for the National Live Music Awards. In 2019 alone, they were honoured with 8 awards, were finalists for another 7 awards including an ARIA for Best Live Band and were named a close 2nd for Eurovision – Australia Decides.

Appearing in Vogue magazine 3 times, being described as ‘movers of the next gen’, Electric Fields are in continuous, high demand, averaging 50 shows a year prior to the pandemic, and since then, delivering an average of 1 live show per week. They have opened, closed, and headlined multiple festivals across Australia, with recent shows including opening World Pride Festival; and playing Sydney Harbour’s NYE concert; NITV’s Anniversary at Uluru, and Mushroom/Briggs’ First and Forever at Hanging Rock – all which were broadcast on national TV and streamed. Their most recent performances include Treaty Day Out, Naarm, Melb; Storyland Music Festival, Coffs Harbour; Gaytimes, Vic; NGV; Off-beat Festival; Castlemaine Festival; Woodford Festival; Art for All at the Domain; Summer Festival; Harvest Festival.

In March 2021, under Electric Fields’ creative direction and production, their astounding oneoff self-curated live show INMA, garnered 2 standing ovations, 5-star reviews, and received a request to be remounted to close the Fringe Festival 2021 – ultimately taking out the Pick of the Fringe Award.

2022 included playing at the Australian Open, and the AFL Grand Final, performing in Los Angeles for the AAA Gala Event, and playing in Central Park New York as a part of Sounds Australia. In April & May 2022 they delivered their second sold-out national tour – the Gold Energy Tour – playing Melb, Hobart, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Darwin, and Freemantle. And in July 2022 Electric Fields delivered their exceptional and critically acclaimed performance with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, described as ‘the highlight of the year’ – with a request from the MSO for a remount for this year on 8 July.

In 2023,they have now also performed their orchestrated works with the Canberra Symphony Orchestra, and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra; and in Oct 2023 will be performing with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra.

Across the years other international invitations have included performing in England, Hungary, Germany, Poland, Malaysia, Indonesia, with second invites to return to Scotland and New Zealand.

Along with the live work Electric Fields bring to the stage, they have received numerous invitations from programs presented at the Sydney Opera House, and their outstanding musical output includes multiple commissions – having composed for several films; producing an award-winning piece for ABC KIDS TV; composing for VIVID at the Sydney Opera House, broadcast across the harbour; and composing for the Sydney City Council, for a live and national television broadcast of the NYE celebrations in 2019. Most recently, a 30-minute Electric Fields composition, created for the extraordinary work Electric Skies, became an award-winning event for Fringe Festival 2023

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