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You wouldn't know if the fluorescent garage stoner grooves had infiltrated your mind or if the swing of the warm Jazz Rock had taken a hold of your standing feet, lifting you off like a fiery pollen hurricane of groove.

Fight Ibis, named Triple J Feature Artist in 2017, have had quite the introduction to the national scene, popping up on industry radars with a steady release of punchy singles.
The band continues to achieve attention having been added to Triple J spot rotation for debut single 'Dorothy Deadleg'. The band's second single 'Nazi Art', third single 'Woolly Bop' and fourth single 'Red Door' and fifth and latest single '6 Nickel Rocket' also featured on Triple J's 'Home and Hosed' program, making them one of the most consistently played bands on the station.


After a three month break to find a new drummer and guitar player, Fight Ibis have started the year with a bang, dropping in on a bunch of festivals including The Big Pineapple Music Festival, Dead of Winter and more as well as supporting the likes of The Garden (USA), Hobo Magic, Elephant Hive (ISR) and The Southern River Band outright.  

The band are currently on the road in support of latest single release 6 Nickel Rocket, which received a spin on Home and Hosed (Triple J) recently on the back of many weeks sitting at #1 OVERALL on the Unearthed Charts.


Big Pineapple Music Festival  |  Jungle Love Festival  |  BIGSOUND  |  Dead of Winter Mojo Burning  |  Jacarok Festival


  • Dorothy Deadleg single added to spot rotation Triple J Radio

  • Nazi Art single played on both Triple J and Triple J Unearthed Radio

  • Woolly Bop single played on both Triple J and Triple J Unearthed Radio

  • Red Door single featured on Triple J's Home and Hosed and Unearthed

  • 6 Nickel rocket featured on Triple J's Home and Hosed and Unearthed after sitting at #1 OVERALL on the Triple J Unearthed Charts for many weeks

  • Featured regularly on a range of community stations across Australia

  • Solid support from Brisbane's 4ZZZ and Sydney's FBi Radio