Australian singer/songwriter Steve Smyth blends a number of influences into his earthy, soulful sound, through the barroom grit of Tom Waits towards the wistful melancholia of Jeff Buckley. The boy of two ministers, Smyth was raised traveling the united states and was continuously encircled by music. He got to your guitar early and was playing single and in rings by his teenage years, consuming a variety of folk (Lead Tummy, Dave Truck Ronk) and rock and roll (Radiohead, Nirvana) affects. He released his debut record, Discharge, in 2011, and he traveled European countries, functioning on his wanderlust, touring, functioning, and writing tracks for his follow-up. After putting your signature on with Australian indie Ivy Group Records, Smyth journeyed to LA to record his second record using a well-seasoned tempo section offering Joey Waronker (Beck, Atoms for Serenity) on drums and Gus Seyffert (Norah Jones, the Dark Secrets) on bass. The recording Exits premiered in the summertime of 2014.