The Scissor File - Played on 4. Reviews. Danceable rock tunes should be expected to burst out of your stereo when the new ‘Played on 4. The Melbourne five piece, The Scissor File are one of the recent additions to Faultline Records. Now after nearly two years of touring and developing their sound as a band, The Scissor File have released their debut EP. Playing alongside bands such as Trial Kennedy, Kisschasy, Horsell Common and the Hot Lies, The Scissor File have been able mould there sound easily around similar genres sported by the above headlining acts. Bringing The Scissor File together is vocalist Danny Baeffel and guitarists Brenton Perry and Darcy Carter.
A Great band, who's music is featured in Random As the Movie. Skip navigation Upload. The Scissor File - Reason to Run - Film Clip Random As The Movie. The Scissor File. 286 likes. Aussie Rock!! Facebook logo. Email or Phone: Password: Forgot account? The Scissor File. Musician/Band. Public Cancel Save Changes. Microsoft Band Software. Office. Played On 45'S The Scissor File. 2009 • 7 songs • Rock • Indie / Alternative • Faultline Records. Microsoft Band Software. Office. Scissor File THE. From A Whisper To A Scream. 3:10 $0.99. Additional info. Genres Rock, Indie / Alternative.
Keeping the beat with faint but rhythmic bass lines is Ben Thomas- Gill alongside the thrashing cymbals and punchy drums of Henry Hollingsworth. Played on 4. 5’s’ is delivered in a seven track release. City of Churches casts distorted yells and starts the EP off fast and punchy. Three part vocal melodies are evident from the beginning, adding extra layers to what is otherwise a simple but tight track. The first single and highlight for all fans alike is clearly heard in the catchy track titled Dirty Little Secret.
I Never, I Swear convinces us with light and bouncy guitar hooks as the story cascades into a heavier chorus. Continuing through ‘Played on 4. Champagne, Broken Radio and Life or Something Like It brings out the typical alt- rock, a genre that The Scissor File are predominantly known for, but I personally feel this categorisation could be just as easily swayed into pop punk. Though a little less cliche than other recent pop punk bands bracing the scene, upon listening to The Scissor File’s ‘Played on 4.