If you were to ask either member of MISTRAM the question that every single band gets asked, “What kind of music do you play?” You would get different interpretations of something they officially call “New Rev”. It’s a little bit of this and a lot of that and something else in between that encompasses blues, roots, grooves and smooth moves and a sensual sound that is ‘Super Sexy Satisfaction’. Strong, driving harmonies, the velvet tones of lead vocalist Mr Tim Pitchford and the turbulence and intensity (and other worldly presence) of lead guitarist Mars.MISTRAM spread the idea of the “New Revolution”… What’s the New Revolution you ask? Well, if you have to ask, perhaps you’re not ready to know? OR, perhaps you need to sit back, take a deep breathe, and have good look at the world around you. MISTRAM thrive on the kindness and support of people who truly care and want to make this life worth living, and they’re determined to see their dream a reality. The only way this can happen is by embracing the New Revolution and joining MISTRAM on their quest!The bands first steps planted them amongst the charity scene. Firstly by writing and producing the song in 2014 for The National Breast Cancer Foundation “Mothers Sisters Daughters Lovers” (100% of proceeds went towards breast cancer research), then playing at the 2014 Airlie Beach Music Festival (debut festival) raising more funds and awareness for the cause, alongside winning the 2014 Battle of the Bands Competition to get there! From there to aiding those affected by Domestic Violence, with a limited release single “Butterfly”. Both Tim and Mars truly believe that by raising awareness, together everyone can achieve Domestic Peace. All funds raised whilst the song was in circulation were donated to the White Ribbon Foundation.!Proudly Gold Coast based, MISTRAM have played, and continue to play, a number of local and regional gigs as well as supporting and sharing the stage with some great Australian acts such as The Angels, The Screaming Jets & Phil Emmanuel, just to name a few. With eyes set for the big stages, MISTRAM hope to deliver their message inspired by the ‘New Revolution’ to audiences all over the country (and eventually, the world!).