Sheppard Officially Released Album “Kaleidoscope Eyes”

Sheppard Officially Released Album

After more than 3 months since the information about Sheppard’s third studio album was announced, the product has officially appeared on music platforms, marking a new milestone in the career of The Sheppard brothers.

Sheppard is an Australian indie pop band from Brisbane, formed in 2009. Their debut studio album, Bombs Away, was released on 11 July 2014, and peaked at No. 2 on the ARIA Albums Chart and was certified gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association, while their second single, “Geronimo”, spent three weeks at No. 1 on the ARIA Singles Chart and was certified 5× platinum.

At the ARIA Music Awards of 2013, Sheppard was nominated for Best Independent Release for “Let Me Down Easy”. At the 2014 ceremony, they were nominated for Album of the Year, Best Group, Best Independent Release, Best Pop Release, Song of the Year, Producer of the Year, and Best Video.

With more than 3 million listeners each month on Spotify and more than 740 million streams across all music platforms, in the near future Seppard will receive even more public support with the album “Kaleidoscope Eyes” which was released on February 26.

Previously, in order to fully introduce the album to the audience, the band’s members including:George, Amy and Emma spent the year 2020 releasing a single each month. Comprising a total of 16 tracks, “Kaleidoscope Eyes” is paved by “Die Young” – the song that once earned the group No. 3 on the AIR’s Independent Singles Chart (Australian Association of Independent Records) in 2019. In particular, Sheppard has also released short films about the process of making songs in the album via their official YouTube channel.

Introducing the main inspiration of this product, George Sheppard said that “Kaleidoscope Eyes” was an album dedicated to the magic of love in all its forms. With love, the world becomes a more colorful place. Spread it, create it, give it, feel it, cherish it and do your best not to lose it.