You may have seen independent pop trio Mischief on our pages more than once or twice throughout the past two years.
The Aussie girl group are currently on their first promo tour around the country in support of their debut EP ‘Oblivion’ and took time out of their busy schedule to have a chat with Brad while they were in Sydney.
The ‘Obvliion’ EP has already spawned the four incredible singles ‘Make Me Move’, ‘Gold’, ‘Next To You’ and their cover of Natalie Imbruglia’s ‘Torn’. Title track ‘Oblivion’, meantime, is now now enjoying its time in the sunshine and was recently serviced to media.
In the first video, the girls reveal that they are from different parts of the country; Rachael is from Gold Coast, Eesha is from Canberra and Chevonne is from Noosa.
Mischief formed four years ago as part of an online project that didn’t go ahead. Despite this, the girls have managed to release an impressive nine singles in the last two years, including five on the six-track EP.
They talk about their love of the new track ‘Oblivion’ and Brad notes that the girls definitely know how to write a catchy pop hook.
At the end of the first video, they play a game of “never have I ever”. Have the girls ever been on Tinder? Pulled an all nighter? Gone skydiving? Find out here;
In the second video, the girls reminisce about filming the ‘Next To You’ video on the Gold Coast.
Brad asks them about winning Best Pop Song at the Independent Music Awards (Rachael reveals that she didn’t think they would win).
Brad also asks them about their cover of Natalie Imbruglia’s ‘Torn’ and what it was that drew them to the song.
You’ll also get to find out a fun fact about each one of the girls;
Mischief are planning to hit the road for a series of live shows next year along with festival appearances, including the Big Pineapple Festival on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
To keep tabs on their future endeavours and any upcoming appearances, be sure to hit them up on one of their social handles below;