Grumblewood are an accomplished quartet from Wellington and the Kāpiti Coast. Formed in 2016 and influenced by the progressive and folk rock movements of the 70s. Their music blends elements of baroque, jazz, and traditional folk music into a vintage rock setting.
With flamboyant flute-work, creative fret-work and complex grooves; Grumblewood craft melodious tales that sound quite unlike what’s usually heard on New Zealand stages.
“Saw these guys knock it out of the park last weekend. Great sound, tight performance, real fun to watch and listen to. Would be great to see them again.” – Neil Beales (musician)
Grumblewood spent 2017 composing and performing around the Wellington region, and in 2018 they plan to record their debut album.
Gav Bromfield – Vocals, Flute, Guitar, Keys
Salvatore Richichi – Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo
Morgan Jones – Bass
Phil Aldridge – Drums