Four-piece Yolu surf-rock group King Stingray hails from Yirrkala, North-East Arnhem Land in Australia. With Yolu surf-rock, the band invents a new genre by fusing traditional indigenous melodies with modern music. It is the band Yothu Yindi’s successor album. King Stingray, who play songs with lyrics in both English and Yolu Matha, are the offspring of the renowned Australian band Yothu Yindi. In October 2020, King Stingray released their first song, “Hey Wanhaka,” then on August 5, 2022, they issued their self-titled debut album.
King Stingray’s Songs are available across all platforms like YouTube, Spotify, Apple Music, and Deezer.
Northeast Arnhem Land, Australia
Indie rock, pop-rock, surf rock
Yirrŋa Yunupiŋu – lead vocals, clapsticks, Roy Kellaway – guitar, backing vocals, Dimathaya Burarrwanga – guitar, backing vocals, didgeridoo, Campbell Messer – bass, banjo, backing vocals, Lewis Stiles – drums
Won 2021 J Awards - Unearthed Artist of the Year. Won 2022 National Indigenous Music Awards - Song of the Year. Won 2022 Rolling Stone Australia Awards - Best New Artist
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500,000 - 2 million dollars