Off the back of successful singles through 2018-2020, Ivey found themselves supporting the likes of Cub Sport and Lime Cordiale and performing at Falls Music and Arts Festival (NSW), The Drop (QLD) and Yalls Fest (WA). The band continued in success with their debut EP release in October 2020, which saw consecutive Triple J supported singles, over 4 million streams and sell out shows across Queensland during the peak of Covid in October of 2020.
The past 18 months have seen Ivey honing their craft and signing a new label deal with Mirror Music Group x Universal Music at the start of 2022. Under this new deal the band released their first single in over a year – Pretty Boys, co-written with Oscar Dawson and Ali Barter in June 2022. Ivey then departed on a headline club tour, playing to adoring crowds across the east-coast of Australia.
With a single release of Back Home earlier this year, which was added to rotation on Triple J immediately and saw great reviews from the industry and fans alike, Ivey went on to play a small but amazing run of festivals including Jungle Love Festival, Spring Time Festival and Big Sound in September. In the month to follow, Ivey have released their follow up single from the upcoming EP “Paris” – the band will follow up with the release of their sophomore EP Bright, Famous, Dead in late 2022 followed by a run of shows at the start of 2023.