Perth Pop-Punk band Nautical Mile are showing us the meaning of betrayal and how it feels to be let down with their brand new video for their single ‘Regicide’.
The pop-punk banger was engineered and produced by Tristan Sturmer of Sumo Sound Studios in Perth, with mastering by George Georgiadis of Little Wing Production, and is some of the bands most mature songwriting to date.
‘Regicide’ has gained a lot of momentum and support from both media and fans. The band not only saw a 302% increase in Spotify streams, in the first month of release, but also saw a 13% rise in daily listeners too! With the upcoming Regicide tour it is no doubt the single will continue to grow both regionally and internationally.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT NAUTICAL MILE
“If A Day To Remember and Neck Deep fornicated in Australia, Nautical Mile would be the offspring they’d conceive. These guys are sick!” – Paul ‘Browny’ Brown of Wall of Sound
“Sitting somewhere between a dark sounding, fast and melodic Pop-Punk sound with overtones of the early 2000’s and the more modern Post-Hardcore tinged stylistics such as A Day To Rememberand Trophy Eyes, Nautical Mile have bolstered their sound since the first release.”
– Matthew Speer, Musically Fresh
“I’m going with an 8.4 out of 10 because you can totally hear the pop-punk on it but it has the slight aggressiveness over it. It is catchy.” – BG, Local Band Smokeout
“The band gels so well and vocals are so on point!” 4.5/5 stars – Super User, Triple J Unearthed
Nautical Mile started in 2015 with the bands first self-titled EP being released in 2016. In early January 2017 they released their second EP ‘Playing For Keeps’, with two tracks being spun a bunch on Triple J’s Short.Fast.Loud. Their energetic live show has led to Nautical Mile sharing the stage with the likes of Hawthorne Heights, The Decline and more.
Catch them on tour through February 2019 in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne and surrounding suburbs, Sydney, Newcastle and Brisbane.
For more information, go to http://nauticalmileaus.com.au.