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August Way
The August Way story goes like this… Mobius (cello/vocals) and Omen (guitar/vocals) both started playing and writing music from a very early age. Mobius studied classical music and jazz at the Conservatorium of Music and was one of the founding members of Brisbane band George, while Omen got his early musical influences listening to The Beatles and Crowded House. The two met at university and started writing songs together before forming August Way in 2004.

After releasing ‘This Is The Other World’ in 2006, the band - with Julian Porter on drums and Brendan Elliott on bass - embarked on a rigorous touring schedule during November and December playing shows up and down the east coast. They took a break over Christmas to record and release the ‘Other Side of the World - Acoustic Sessions’ EP, unveiling four new songs as well as acoustic versions of some live favourites.

2007 sees August Way releasing the ‘Beloved’ single and video, directed by Craig Proudley (Little Birdy/Butterfly Effect), shot inside a Castle near their home-base in Northern New South Wales.

Their previous single ‘Here Where You Are’ received high-rotation airplay on national radio and television, spending three weeks on the iTunes homepage and reaching No#15 on the Top 100 downloads. The prolific songwriting duo were finalists in the 2006 MusicOZ Awards and the Australian Songwriters Association Awards, as well as being named one of the ‘Best New Artists of 2006’ in POPrepublic Magazine’s IT List, alongside Panic! At The Disco and Wolfmother.

One thing’s for sure, you’ll be hearing a lot more from August Way!

"One of Australia's best opportunities for a mega international smash!”

Rob Manser - POPrepublic Magazine

"A sincere and subtle album from a clever duo deserving of attention."

Claire Polanski - Tsunami Magazine

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