Welcome to the home of Mermaid Avenue. Mermaid Avenue are a Brisbane-based rock band, formed in 2015 around the songwriting of Peter Clarke and the musicianship of current members Mike Kearey, Anthony Judd, Chris Wong, Casey Lee and Mark Egan. They have become a regular fixture on the Brisbane scene, playing numerous local venues developing a formidable catalogue of songs and a love of playing to ever-appreciative audiences.

Mermaid Avenue's debut album 'Temptation And Half The Truth is available on Spotify, Applemusic/iTunes, Bandcamp, CDbaby and many others. 

Their new album, 'Sugartown', is due for release in 2021.

...this single (Turn the Page) may well be the page turner for Mermaid Avenue, a morphing of a butterfly from what was a chrysalis. It exemplifies catchy hooks, abundant creativity and all-round likeability...” - Jenny Syratt

Araminta's Attic

Interview with Araminta's Attic 

Australian music reviewer Jenny S from Araminta's Attic has been a great supporter of Mermaid Avenue since the first album. Recently we spoke with her about the final video we released from the album, the changes in the band and what's coming up next.

You can read the interview here

New Single - 'Turn The Page' drops next month  

The first single from our new album 'Sugartown' is due to drop next month.

Titled 'Turn The Page', the song examines the impact of infidelity on relationships.

It has been mixed by legendary Australian producer Lachlan 'Magoo' Goold (Powderfinger, Custard, Regurgitator, Midnight Oil, Kate Miller-Heidke and more).

We are hoping to release the single on 26 March 2021

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Mermaid Avenue@Ewingar Rising Music Festival 2021

Ewingar NSW, 584 Ewingar Rd, Ewingar NSW 2469, Australia

Join us for another weekend of great music and camping. And this time …. the grass is green, the birds are singing and the trees are in recovery from the bushfires of September- November 2019. Ewingar Rising 2019 was a three-day fundraising music festival staged just six weeks after our area burned. We’ve invited back the bands who supported us in 2019 – many who had gigs cancelled during the pandemic.