Originally conceived mainly because the automobile for Australian singer/songwriter Wil Wagner to execute below, the Smith Street Band — without the “Wil Wagner &” — would ultimately become its entity after 2 yrs in existence. Created in Melbourne this year 2010 by Wagner, guitarist Lee Hartney, second guitarist Tom Lawson, bassist Jimi O’Loughlin, and drummer Chris Cowburn, the group’s 1st recorded materials — the EP South East Facing Wall structure — made an appearance in 2011, adopted immediately after by their debut recording, NOBODY Gets Shed Anymore. Touring continuously in the Australian punk underground, the five-piece constructed a considerable status for his or her folk-infused punk audio. Using the departure of O’Loughlin on bass, the group recruited Michael Fitzgerald for his or her sophomore launch, 2012’s Sunlight & Technology, and by the end of that 12 months, guitarist Tom Lawson also mutually parted methods using the group. Assisting the recording on their nationwide Youthful Drunks tour in 2013 using the Bennies and New York’s Bomb the Music Market! in tow, the group performed a few of its biggest displays however, including an eventful night time in Byron Bay, which would inspire the band’s following EP, Don’t Fuck with this Dreams. An American tour with Frank Turner in middle-2013, a slot machine at the exclusive Fest Event in Gainesville, Florida, and a Western tour noticed the band’s profile explode throughout 2013, and after time for Australia, the group embarked on another nationwide tour at the start of 2014, with Pa punk clothing the Menzingers. Retreating towards the peaceful of rural Victoria that July, the four-piece go about documenting its third recording, Toss Me in the River, with Bomb the Music Sector!’s Jeff Rosenstock in the producer’s seat. Released by the end of Oct 2014, the record debuted in the ARIA graph at amount 18. The start of 2015 noticed the band leave on a nationwide tour to get the record, aswell as discharge the single Clean That Shit-Eating Grin Off Your Punchable Encounter, inspired by previous Perfect Minister Tony Abbott and his government’s position on asylum seekers. Another one, I Scare Myself Occasionally, which highlighted vocals from fellow Aussie Lucy Wilson, also made an appearance in August. The Smith Road Band continuing their non-stop touring timetable in 2016 with schedules in the U.S., Australia, and European countries before heading back to the studio, once more with Jeff Rosenstock, to record their 4th record. Preceded with the singles “Loss of life towards the Lads” and “Birthdays,” the causing More Worried of You Than You Are of Me premiered in Apr 2017.