Indiana Bradley's post-punk-americana style is authentic, melodic, and engaging. Having lived in dozens of countries from Argentina to Indonesia, stories accumulated and perceptions were made working as a journalist far from midwestern roots. He translates these experiences into driving guitars, rhythmic keys, and a lyrical tapestry meant to interpret life, death, good and evil.
His droning baritone growl draws comparisons to Nick Cave and Johnny Cash while his faster paced songs jolt the listener with a Joy Division and Fugazi hybrid.
Landing in Los Angeles 6 years ago, Bradley has released one LP, "Ghost Star" and two live albums recorded at The Satellite and Harvard & Stone. He has played the club scene in L.A. from Silverlake to the Sunset Strip and recently returned from two tours in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, a hotbed of live music in South America.
Catching the eye of Hunter Burgan (A.F.I. bassist), Bradley is set to release a 4 song EP, "Pale City", produced and mixed by the rock veteran. Burgan also plays guitar and bass on the tracks. The first single, "Rats on Cocaine", released October of 2022 followed by "Animals" in December and "Pale City Girl" in March 2023. The tune "C.I.A." will closed out the EP in May 2023.
Bradley, has another 6 song EP produced by "Ghost Star" collaborator Seth Olansky set to release Summer 2023. "Canticles Los Angeles" solidifies Bradley's style as category breaking. Goth-Americana is born.
The band's lineup consists of Eddie Curi (bass), Lucas Aton (drums), Andy Rehfeldt (guitar), Daddy Priest (guitar). The group regularly gigs in Los Angeles, CA.